If you liked this...
Please consider supporting us or subscribing to our fortnightly newsletter
We rely on your donations to keep the project going
Our latest content, your inbox, every fortnight.
John Florio’s translation of Michel de Montaigne’s genre-forming Essays, including thoughts on grief, friendship, drunkenness, impotence, smells, death, and thumbs….more
Two years after Verdi’s death and two years before his own, the great Francesco Tamagno sings the death scene of Othello, Niun Mi Tema….more
Selection of images illustrating on the idea that one’s life can be thought of as divisible into distinct stages….more
To celebrate the 400th anniversary since the passing of “The Bard”, we’ve put together some of our favourite images to which his plays have given rise: including Wi…more
Highlights from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Digital Image Collection, released now under a Creative Commons Share-Alike license….more
Natural History of Shakespeare, Being Selections of Flowers, Fruits, and Animals, arranged by Bessie Mayou; 1877; E. Slater, Manchester. Collection of little snippe…more