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Classic titles from Yale University Press: More than 150 classic works published by Yale University Press are available as ebooks for the first time, including titles from such notable authors as Alvin Kernan, Peter Gay, Jerome Kagan, Ramsay MacMullen, Debórah Dwork, and Anthony Pagden.
Art and Architecture of Ireland: Published by the Royal Irish Academy, this five-volume set provides an authoritative account of Ireland’s artistic and architectural heritage from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century. The ebooks are available exclusively through JSTOR, and contain the same content as the print versions—including all 2,500 images.