A letter from 1793 signed by both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson brought $21,780, a first edition of Mark Twain’s Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) sold for $22,990, and a first edit
In December 2023, the Charles Dickens Museum bought 120 previously unpublished letters written by Georgina Hogarth, the author's sister-in-law, housekeeper,
There's one week left to enjoy the free St. Pancras International Christmas tree in the heart of the bustling London station.
If an annual reading of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is part of yo
Steve Soboroff’s remarkable collection of typewriters reali
The relationship between English writers Wilkie Collins and
A Charles Dickens presentation copy joins Abraham Lincoln's si
The Grolier Club will unravel the history of detective literature in its new exhibition Whodunit?
Developmental sketches by Antoine Saint-Exupéry for The Little Prince, a han
Mutual Friends: The Adventures of Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins, which traces the literary friendship between the two novelists, opens today at the