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Top 5 Feminist Books

5. Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?, Jeanette Winterson (2012) Winterson’s novel is a memoir about a life’s work to find ...

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A rich box of delights: A short guide to medieval literature

Medieval literature might well only bring up vague memories of GCSE Canterbury Tales and confusing ‘u’s and ‘v’s. But beyond Chaucer, there’s ...

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Review: Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair, by Scott Laudati

In Hawaiian shirts in the Electric Chair Scott Laudati embodies the malaise of his generation. Desperately searching for purpose in a world ...

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Top 5 Feminist Books

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A rich box of delights: A short guide

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Top 5 Feminist Books

With March being Women’s History Month, Leonie Dunn looks at five of the top feminist works from manifestos to fiction

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A rich box of delights: A short guide to medieval literature

An introduction to medieval literature by Izzie Bowen

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“De Profundis” by Oscar Wilde – review

Why Oscar Wilde’s letter is the perfect reason why the 49000 men convicted of the ‘gross indecency’ law should be pardoned

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Review: Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair, by Scott Laudati

Intensely readable and relatable, Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair reaches out to the disengaged and apathetic—with a trace of hope

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Untitled Short Story, by Moira James-Moore

A short story about the events that ensue after a near-death experience

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Great Worqs

Are you a keen publisher, writer or filmmaker? Then check out Great Worqs, the new and innovative publishing platform

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Wolf Hall from Book to Screen

Leonie Dunn observes Wolf Hall, the television adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s award winning novels, and BBC2’s most successful drama in over a decade

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Top 5 author name changes

Five authors who changed their names, and the supposed reasons why

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Review: Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis with Larry Sloman

Not for the faint-hearted, Kiedis reveals his innermost sins in one of the most explosive rock autobiographies ever written

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Classics Digested: Paradise Lost

340 years after John Milton’s death, Leonie Dunn considers Milton’s epic portrayal of the Fall of Man

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Top 5: Romantic reads

A list of the top five romantic reads just in time for Valentine’s Day

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Bedlam: LIBOR faints as Quantitative Easing needle becomes contaminated with Ebola

The Historian Magazine will this week be releasing a special issue called ‘Lessons from History: The Delhi Belly Interest Rates of 1858′