The Times They Are A Changing: New Books In Graduate Services In December

It’s the end of the year and the time for rebirth is upon us. No, I’m not talking about the Mayan Apocalypse. I’m talking about some old man love between Alain Badiou, Alasdair Gray, and George Bernard Shaw that’s going to posthumously bring about the rebirth of history in the letters section of The Times. This is heavy stuff my friend. But then again, rebirthing always is. And did I mention it is only happening here in Graduate Services? Well, it is; so you better get here fast or you might be celebrating the holidays the old world way. And the new world is going to be so much cooler. You’ll see. It’s going to be happy hour all day long. Enjoy.


The rebirth of history

The Rebirth Of History by Alain Badiou

Old men in love : John Tunnock's posthumous papers : introduced by Lady Sara Sim-Jaegar

Old Men In Love: John Tunnock’s Posthumous Papers by Alasdair Gray

The letters of Bernard Shaw to The times, 1898-1950

The Letters Of Bernard Shaw To The Times collected and annotated by Ronald Ford