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On novels and the art of writing them: the rules according to Anthony Trollope

04 March 2015

Anthony Trollope by Lock and Whitfield, British Library This year is the 200th anniversary of the birth of the novelist Anthony Trollope (1815-82). The British Library have marked the birth of this prolific 19th century author by mounting a display...

Authors' Lives: an oral history

04 March 2015

Last Thursday night, here at the British Library, Tony Harrison was announced as the 2015 winner of the David Cohen Prize for Literature. The accolade is given biennially, and rewards a lifetime’s achievement in writing. It considers all branches of...

Hiring – The Hardest Choice

04 March 2015

? We provide some advice on what can be one of the most agonising decisions to make as a business owner.

‘To the men and women of the British Empire … a Russian voice is speaking to you’: Once I Had a Home by ‘Nadejda’, an eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution?

04 March 2015

The 1926 book Once I Had a Home purports to be the memoir of émigrée Russian aristocrat ‘Nadejda’, including diary extracts and remembrances. ‘Nadejda’ recounts her childhood in Tsarist Russia, and her early adulthood through the First World War, the...

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