Concise Encyclopedia (Oxford Quick Reference)
Lively, accessible, and up-to-date, the Concise Encyclopedia is an invaluable quick-reference work. Its compact size and clear concise style make it easy to find information quickly and painlessly on virtually any topic you are curious about.
The more than 12,000 entries here cover an extraordinary array of fields, ranging from science and technology, to the arts, politics, sports, geography, folklore and mythology, architecture, literature, design, and philosophy. Whether you are curious about Atoms or Anemones, Hinduism or Hockey, Marxism or Medusa, Stick Insects or Stockholm--or almost any other subject imaginable--you will find here a wealth of accurate, compact entries. The Encyclopedia also includes brief biographies of a host of important individuals, from Igor Stravinsky and Robert Louis Stevenson to Patrick Henry and Herod the Great, with ample coverage of internationally famous world figures alive today, from George W. Bush and Tony Blair to contemporary actors, artists, and sports stars. The Encyclopedia also features maps of the world.
Fully illustrated with line drawings and diagrams, the perfect desk reference for family, student, or professional use, Concise Encyclopedia offers a wealth of essential information in a portable, affordable package.
Specifications of Concise Encyclopedia (Oxford Quick Reference)
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||982|
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