340 years after John Milton’s death, Leonie Dunn considers Milton’s epic portrayal of the Fall of Man
A tale of passion, perseverance and faith, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea is a gem of American literature, says Shanda Moorghen
As Joanna Trollope releases her updated version of Jane Austen’s novel, Elizabeth Mitchell examines the original work
Wuthering Heights is the perfect book to curl up with on the sofa on a cold winter’s day and devour in a sitting, says Elizabeth Linsley
Don’t be put off by literary classics. Paul Reilly provides an introduction to Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray
Olivia Stevens revisits the novel that captured the Jazz Age – and our imagination
As it gets colder, here’s my recommendation for a classic tragedy novel you can get into this autumn and winter, maybe with a hot chocolate by your side
Julia De Miguel re-examines the treatment of female writers and characters after her Spanish Literature course sidelined women poets on their syllabus.
Nafisi “invites us to join her as citizens of her ‘Republic of Imagination,’ a country where the villains are conformity and orthodoxy and the only passport to entry is a free mind and a willingness to dream.”

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