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Stewart Lee Allen. The Devil's Cup: A History of the World According to Coffee. Ballantine Books. 2003. 240pp.

Brian Cowan. The Social Life of Coffee: The Emergence of the British Coffeehouse. Yale University Press. 2005. 364pp.

John Ellis. An Historical Account of Coffee: With an Engraving, and Botanical Description of the Tree: To Which Are Added Sundry Papers Relative to Its Culture and Use, as an Article of Diet and of Commerce. Edward and Charles Dilly. 1774. 71pp.

Markman Ellis. The Coffee House: A Cultural History. Phoenix. 2005. 304pp.

Gavin Fridell. Fair Trade Coffee: The Prospects and Pitfalls of Market-driven Social Justice. University of Toronto Press. 2007. 347pp.

H. E. Jacob. Coffee: The Epic of a Commodity. Burford Books. 1999. 296pp.

Daniel Jaffee. Brewing Justice: Fair Trade Coffee, Sustainability, and Survival. University of California Press. 2007. 331pp.

Marco Palacios. Coffee in Colombia, 1850-1970: An Economic, Social and Political History. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 356pp.

Mark Pendergrast. Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World. Basic Books. 2000. 458pp.

William Gervase Clarence Smith; Steven Topik (editor). The Global Coffee Economy in Africa, Asia and Latin America, 1500-1960. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 504pp.

John M. Talbot. Grounds for Agreement: The Political Economy of the Coffee Commodity Chain. Rowman & Littlefield. 2004. 238pp.

Joseph M. Walsh. Coffee: Its History, Classification and Description. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates & Co.. 1894. 300pp.

Antony Wild. Coffee: A Dark History. W. W. Norton & Company. 2005. 323pp.

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