“I see America not in the setting sun of a black night of despair. … I see America in the crimson light of a rising sun fresh from the burning, creative hand of God” – wrote poet Carl Sandburg, who died July 22, 1967. A son of Swedish immigrants who worked on the railroad, Sandburg left [...]
This week marks the anniversary of Daniel Defoe’s week long stint in the pillory as punishment for his pamphlet ‘The Shortest Way with Dissenters’. One of the most colourful figures of the eighteenth century and a writer who produced a diverse library of works, Defoe’s life was as eventful as his fiction. The pillory was …
From 1859 until his death in 1870, Charles Dickens ran a weekly magazine called All The Year Round. It’s where A Tale Of Two Cities and Great Expectations were first serialized, alongside works by contemporaries like Elizabeth Gaskell, Wilkie Collins, and Edward Bulwer-Lytton, the largely forgotten
It is common to see art, or other types of antiques, sell for over one million dollars. But what about books? While it is easy to conjure the mental image of a $10M Picasso, a humble-looking book bound in leather or cloth could also easily be worth in the thousands [...]
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