A new exhibition investigates the Bloomsbury Group's relationship with clothing, accessories and sartorial social norms
The intrepid Victorian-era author proved that a lady’s life could be in the mountains, and I am forever grateful for that
A rediscovered drawing of the iconic children's book character and his friend Piglet could sell for thousands at auction
At a Belgian university, Taylor Swift fans can expect intertextual analysis beyond their wildest dreams
Officials say the bookseller broke the law by promoting the novel to minors and failing to wrap it in plastic foil
Building on a 2020 statement from the writer’s family, the charity condemned Dahl's racism as "undeniable and indelible"
The 400-year-old text presented the Bard's plays as serious literature, muddling the boundaries between popular culture and high art
The writer spent more than half her life on the property, where she drafted some of her most famous novels
A new film imagines the events that inspired the notoriously private author to write "Wuthering Heights"
'Victory City' comes just six months after the author survived a violent attack at a speaking event
A former Simon & Schuster employee used his industry knowledge to impersonate publishing professions
From a teen inventor to invasive fish to lost cities of the Amazon, these were our most-read articles of the year
Famous writers around the world offered support to debut author Chelsea Banning
After 70 years in London, the beloved murder mystery is finally heading to the Great White Way
Jane and Anna Maria Porter ruled Britain's literary scene—until male imitators wrote them out of the story
In a new collection of short stories, contemporary authors take on the much-loved detective
Eleven never-before-seen letters go on display at the Charles Dickens Museum
The story of Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table has captivated us for a thousand years. But is there any truth behind the tales?
Paul Auster, Jeffrey Eugenides and others championed free speech at the New York Public Library
Henry VIII's first wife may have commissioned the design as an act of defiance during the Tudor king's attempt to divorce her
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