In this blog post Rory Loughnane, editor of The Memory Arts in Renaissance England, explores the importance of studying the Art of Memory.

Stuart Sillars, author of Shakespeare and the Visual Imagination, examines how concepts in visual art are portrayed in Shakespeare’s plays and poetry, from the Reclining Venus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream to the emblematic depiction of Lavinia in Titus Andronicus.

You can also find out more about Stuart Sillars’ books on his collection page.

Daniel Blue reflects on what he came to find so interesting about the philosophers life when writing new biography which looks at the formative years of Nietzsche's ideas, The Making of Friedrich Nietzsche

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