Tony Fletcher’s research is impeccable, his sources are unimpeachable, and his style is thoroughly engaging.
Oxford University Press
Although Anger and Forgiveness is a work of systematic philosophy it is also provocatively personal.
What seems to animate many of the fairy tales is a heady freedom from the constraints of realism.
Anne Curry’s purpose is not merely to act as a military analyst, but to explore the long cultural history of the battle’s meanings in subsequent British history.
Bruno Colson’s book is a wonder of research, and serves to shed light on the state of Napoleon’s mind.
Editor Jon Stallworthy’s preference in this superb anthology is for poems that question, or provoke questions about, war.
Award-winning historian Joel Williamson would seem to have the credentials to illuminate Elvis as a distinctly Southern phenomenon.
Entertaining yet incisive, The Conquest of Plassans remains a devastatingly acute reminder that religion and politics make surprisingly compatible bedfellows.
The Witch-Hunt Narrative is an extremely important book about an ongoing phenomenon that will not go away anytime soon.
Powell, the translator, a respected classicist, is noted for promulgating the theory that the Greek alphabet was designed precisely in order to capture epic poetry, provide some approximation of its sounds.