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Clever Vitruvius and his eye for beautiful shapes

Melvynn Bragg's Thursday discussion, In Our Time, on Radio 4 about the Roman Vitruvius and his 10 books on architecture, left me wishing I had De Architectura to refer to in my library at home.

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Fifteen men on the dead man's chest - and other treats

Some books churned out for young people these days can simply leave a parent bewildered. Some of them certainly surprise me - and not a lot of what passes in the region of commercialism does that so much any more.

Read eBooks in your browser

Here's a good way to read your eBooks - with a Firefox browser.

Which e-book reader should you buy?

With ultra-affordable e-ink readers, mid-priced color tablets like the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, and even the more expensive iPads all vying for your e-book dollar, what's the best choice for you? John P. Falcone reports on here »»

Ancient classics: Bringing the past to life

I have bought a huge collection of ancient classics, enough to keep our readers ereading from here to, well, the Moon and back, or for the longest holiday on Earth, just about.

Erasmus: Scholar with a wicked sense of humour

Erasmus of Rotterdam (Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus), was a Dutch Renaissance humanist, catholic priest, social critic, teacher, early proponent of religious toleration, and theologian, and subject of excellent In our time series.

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