A new exhibition will explore the lasting influence of Geoffrey Chaucer and
The first in our new monthly series of new books that have recently caught the eye of our print and online editors.
Early Chaucer folios, Samuel Pepys’ diary, a 1652 Don Quixote, plus letters and photos signed by British royals will feature in Everard Auctions' October 19 ‘Th
A research trip to the Beinecke Library at Yale University gave me the opportunity to visit its new exhibition, The World in Maps: 1400-1
London — Like many classics of world literature, Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales has appeared in many guises over the centuries.
London — The shortlist for the Wolfson History Prize 2020, the most valuable non-fiction writing prize in the UK, has been announced today, rec
What kind of book is dangerous enough to be considered burnable?