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‘The String Quartet’ was published in Virginia Woolf’s short-story collection Monday or Tuesday in 1921. As we remarked in our ..read more
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The best poems of tables and chairs Poets are well-known for writing about the natural world, of course, but less famous for composing ..read more
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‘The String Quartet’, which was published in Virginia Woolf’s short-story collection Monday or Tuesday in 1921, is one of her ..read more
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By Dr Oliver Tearle Rupert Brooke wrote ‘The Old Vicarage, Grantchester’ in May 1912, while he was staying in Germany. Before we offer ..read more
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In a previous post, we’ve gathered together ten of the very best poems about old age, but what about youth and youthfulness? Here’s our ..read more
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White is the colour of purity and innocence, death-stricken pallor, and many other associations, including the blank white space of the ..read more
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In this week’s Dispatches from The Secret Library, Dr Oliver Tearle enjoys Tom Mole’s new book about books … books as physical things ..read more
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Bertram, who becomes Count of Roussillon at the beginning of All’s Well That Ends Well upon the death of his father, is young, and has ..read more
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Previously, we offered five classic poems for boyfriends, aware of the difficulties in trying to pick poems ‘for’ a particular gender ..read more
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge called Helena, the heroine of All’s Well That Ends Well, Shakespeare’s ‘loveliest character’ while the ..read more

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