Man and woman become one in a visionary and resonant myth.
Volume 70 Issue 11 November 2020
Rhodesia’s ill-fated independence, 55 years on.
Olympe de Gouges was executed for sedition on the order of the Revolutionary Tribunal on 3 November 1793.
A fresh account of Ernest Bevin, who operated at the summit of British public life for almost three decades.
Erasing women writers in the name of uplifting them.
With big costumes and bigger audiences, pageants were the pastime of choice in the early 20th century.
Christiaan Huygens has been long overshadowed by Isaac Newton. But he is the better example of a modern scientist.
The Roman poet Ovid remains our contemporary despite a gap of two millennia.
What does a late 19th century fashionable London house name have in common with a medieval open-field system?
History is often advanced by chance encounters, a rare luxury in our current condition.