The 1830 account details an eerie encounter with a stranger who predicted the death of the writer's father
"The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes" told the tale of a bold heroine who forged her own path
Handwritten annotations in the Tudor king's psalter show how he looked to scripture to justify his break from Rome and the annulment of his first marriage
These 17th-Century Poems Painted Pictures on the Page—and Defied the Church of England's Rejection of Religious Images
George Herbert's shaped poetry subtly pushed back against the iconoclasm of the English Reformation
L.M. Montgomery created a classic of children's literature, but what about her lesser-known works?
The Renaissance noblewoman is little known today, but in her time she was a notorious celebrity
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