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OUP opened a New York office (now OUP USA) in 1896, primarily as a distribution branch, but by the 1920s began publishing books of its own. Its very first publication, The Life of Sir William Osler, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1926. Since that time, we have been privileged to publish a multitude of award-winning books, including 14 more Pulitzer Prize winners.
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Effective1/1/2020 Oxford "01" titles will once again be offered to retailers at 40% (they have for the last year only been available at 30%). While 40% may not be the most desirable of discounts, there are many "01" titles that are worth consideration. Some you may never have carried and others you may have carried and discontinued becasue of the 30% discount. Here are two listings of "01" titles:
Here is a summary of most of Oxford's discount codes and the corresponding discounts:
Picks of the seasonal lists: