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10 August 2013 0 View comments In the late 18th century, the well-heeled came in their droves to admire the views along the Wye Valley. The lush countryside of Monmouthshire, in south-east Wales, proved an irresistible draw for such luminaries as
And Emily VanCamp woke up in a sweat / thinking she wore this and did forget But no, it's Bonnie Dennison here / an ex-soap star who does not fear The crinkled nonsense, front to rear / nor fabric that looks caked with beer Pray, stuff it back in
Like one that on a lonesome road Like one that on a lonesome road Doth walk in fear and dread, And having once turned round walks on, And turns no more his head; Because he knows, a frightful fiend Doth close behind him tread. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Lucy Rodgers Cohen , executive director, the Book Club of California My most treasured book is a hand-me-down of meaning: a copy of my father's first book of poetry, "Awake! and Other Poems" (1941), annotated by James Stephens (1882-1950), the
Going overboard Fiona Shaw and Daniel Hay-Gordon in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Photograph: Geraint Lewis Fiona Shaw's solo performances of The Waste Land 15 years ago (reprised in 2010) were an extraordinary, spine-tingling experience. As she
John Giles/PA December, the year's final curtain, is upon us. The evenings are drawing in, the nights growing colder, and our thoughts turning to the nightmare that is the seasonal shopping madness. Still, if the Mayans were right , this December
The Great British Walk celebrates the wealth of great trails at beautiful places all over the country...Samuel Taylor Coleridge and fellow poet and friend William Wordsworth changed the face of English poetry with the birth of the Romantic Movement.
It's an image dripping with privilege scions of the wealthy laying claim to their place at the top of the social pyramid. No wonder Tories have been keen to downplay this new picture of Chancellor George Osborne posing in 1993 with Oxford University'
Norman Fruman, a Scholar of Coleridge, Dies at 88 Published: May 1, 2012 Norman Fruman, a scholar who roiled literary waters in the 1970s with a biography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge that accused the poet of stealing ideas and disingenuously
Peer sues Sotheby's for valuing family heirloom at 35,000... two years before it sold for ten times that figure Last updated at 3:48 AM on 8th February 2012 A peer is suing Sotheby's auction house for valuing a family heirloom at 35,000 two years