I accidentally ordered 2 copies of the same book, at huge expense.
So if anyone would like to buy Eisenstein's The Printing Press as an Agent of Change in the single-volume edition, let me know and we'll do a deal. The used copy cost me £27 and the new one £47. Damn it.
To make me feel better, I also got a reprint of Green Lantern, Green Arrow vol. 1 (from the 1970s Silver Age rebirth), Berry's Shakespeare and Social Class, and Dominic Sandbrook's new one, State of Emergency, The Way We Were: Britain, 1970-1974, which is the year before I was born. There seems to be a huge vogue for 1970s histories at the moment - looking back to an earlier period of cultural and economic decay. Hope it's up to the standards of Francis Wheen's masterpiece.