New life after winter’s rigours was a theme taken up by many English poets. Continue reading
“A feeling of vertigo seized me as I looked down beneath me… at the long series of the years.” Continue reading
Opening its doors is “a place of leafy seclusion and quiet”. Continue reading
Something old, something new. Continue reading
A palimpsest is something that bears visible traces of an earlier form, just like a shadow.
Charles Dickens often spoke out against inequality and injustice in Victorian society – not least in its penal system. Continue reading
A season of melancholy for poets, autumn is often made magical by the blue skies of October. Continue reading