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Wherever possible, I have tried to link directly to the publication, or the publisher’s order page. (In some cases, it was impossible to find a book on the publisher’s own site, so I have used Amazon instead). For references that are out of print, I tried Amazon or Google Books. If there is no link, you will have to try a library.

Please let me know if any of the links have gone dead.

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