Camus and chaos theory to Freud and fractals

12th January 2001 at 00:00
Under the general heading Introducing, Icon Books publishes a series that acquaints readers with the rudiments of a growing range of subjects from Camus and chaos theory to Freud and fractals. The company's new poster, based on the London Tube map, shows sixth-formers routes into contemporary academic discourse, as well as providing a chnce to win a computer. Four Know your Subject cards explain the basics of university courses, with signposts to key terms and career paths.

The poster and cards are free from Icon Books, Grange Road, Duxford, Cambridge CB2 4QF. Tel: 01763 208008. Fax: 01763 208080. Email: info@iconbooks.co.uk Website: www.iconbooks.co.uk


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