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* Christina Björk & Inga-Karin ErikssonThe Story of Alice in her Oxford Wonderland. R&S Books. London. 1994.

Lewis Carroll. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. (various editions) (out of copyright)

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* Nicole Duplaix. Fleas: The Lethal Leapers. National Geographic Vol.173, No. 5, May 1988 pp. 672&endash;694

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* International Bible Society. New International Version of The Holy Bible. International Bible Society. Colorado Springs. 1973.

* Peter Jaret. Viruses: On the Edge of Life. National Geographic Vol. 186, No. 1, July 1994. p73

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* Nick Jones, cover notes for Philip Glass: Itaipu. The Canyon. Sony compact disc SK 46352 p4-6.

* Franz Kafka. From a letter written by Franz Kafka when he was twenty years old to his friend Oskar Pollack, quoted by Aidan Chambers. Booktalk: Occasional Writing on Literature for Children. The Bodley Head. London. 1985.

* Nicholas Kurti and Hervé This-Benckhard. 'The Kitchen as a Lab' Scientific American April 1994. p. 94ff

Sarah Mason for permission to photograph, edit and use images of her Colonial Dining Room.

Jose Lopez Portilla. Quetzalcoatl: A Myth. Trans. Eliot Weinberger & Diana S. Goodrich. James Clarke. Cambridge. 1977. Liberia Manuel Porrúa, S.A. 1965. English Translation The Seaberry Press, Inc., 1976. (Permission has been granted to quote extensively from this book in the descriptive videos Firefly and Quetzalcóatl.)

* W. Rees, 'The Black Death as Recorded in English Manorial Documents', in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine , xvi. 2, p. 4; quoted by Ziegler, The Black Death , 197; quoted by Norman Davies, Europe A History, 411.

* William Shakespeare. Macbeth. Oxford University Press. Oxford. 1941.

* Nancy Schaper-Hughes. Death Without Weeping. Quoted by Daniel Gross(?) in 'Angels in Brazil', Times Literary Supplement July 1, 1994, p.7

Susan Williams, Peter Davies, Mark Nicholson & Paul Radford. Wapping! The musical. The Friends' School, Hobart. 1995.

* Ken Williamson in Australasian Science Autumn Issue, 1994 pp. 56ff: 'Do It: Kitchen Chemistry'