‘May well turn out to be the most important study of all facets of theatre to be published in this c..
In 1842 Charlotte Brontë (1816–55) and her sister Emily (1818–48) arrived in Brussels to improve the..
In The Crying of the Wind, the British surrealist painter and writer Ithell Colquhoun recalls episod..
Henry III was the son and successor of Bad King John, reigning for 56 years from 1216 the first chil..
The authorised biography of one of the great British post-war writers. Written with the close co-ope..
By his Son William Nicholson JuniorA Memoir of Enlightenment, Commerce, Politics, Arts and Science
In The Living Stones, the British surrealist painter and writer Ithell Colquhoun drifts through Corn..
‘She was the first hippie. She travelled with no money living from day to day; she had no concept th..
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'It’s ambitious and provocative. Can it work? Certainly worth a serious tr..
An inspiring true-life story that will resonate among those who decry the oppression of women, Rekha..
The classic salacious memoirs of an 18th-century transvestite.
By a whim of his mother, François-T..
In The Zapple Diaries Barry Miles, renowned cultural historian and writer, brings us the fascinating..
Erin Pizzey's startling story of her fight to establish the world's first refuge shelter for abused ..
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