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"Disgraceful" first edition of Alice in Wonderland, rejected by book's illustrator, goes on public display
Curators say they can understand why illustrator John Tenniel complained about the printing of an edition with a print run of 2,000 in June 1865.
Lost JM Barrie play kickstarts final fundraiser for Scottish Children's Literature and Storytelling Centre
A play the Peter Pan author thought was "lost" will return to the academy where it was first performed nearly 140 years ago as a fundraiser for the transformation of Moat Brae House.
The Brontë Parsonage Museum is exploring how contemporary events during the Napoleonic wars fueled the Brontës' literary imagination.
Curry was "way beyond the means" of most people two centuries ago, say historians in Edinburgh who found an advert by a grocer selling a powder from India in 1798.
The Bankside Gallery, London will present a new photographic exhibition of rare and unseen photographs marking the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie's birth.
The People's History Museum has teamed up with graffiti artist Stewy for the latest phase of its Sponsor a Radical Hero fundraising campaign, promoting the legacy Mary Wollstonecraft.
Searching for the science behind Tolkien's Middle-earth: Leicester University students map the hobbit metabolism
Two natural sciences students have investigated the logistical issues of lembas bread and have calculated that a hobbit would need 1,818 calories a day.
A set of digital rights clauses created by 3,000 students worldwide are to be voted on by the public as part of a new digital Magna Carta, with the ‘Top 10’ clauses revealed on Magna Carta Day......
Keats House reveals newly displayed objects from the poet's life, work and ill-fated relationship with the girl next door, Fanny Brawne.
An Oxford academic has uncovered a new, bloodier and far more scandalous side to the Theban chapter of what is known, along with the Trojan War and others, as the Epic Cycle.
Some of the world’s oldest and most historic letters are coming to London for Europhilex, a dazzling free display of precious philatelic treasures.
Stewart Bain, the man behind the Orkney Library account which is renowned as one of the funniest on Twitter, picks 20 of his favourite jokes from two years of tickled followers.
Wordsworth the War Poet emerges from the Napoleonic war clouds in Wordsworth, War and Waterloo in Grasmere
As Wordsworth, War & Waterloo opens at the Wordsworth Museum, Culture24 talks to Wordsworth expert Professor Simon Bainbridge about the great Lake District Romantic as a war poet.