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Harkive: Reviews in the Pall Mall Gazette

This month we begin a series of Harkive entries that chronicle Margaret Harkness’s relationship with the Pall Mall Gazette. Under the editorship of W. T. 965 more words

Harkive

Rape and Victorian Press Reportage

The nineteenth-century Old Bailey Proceedings (the records of trials prosecuted at the Central Criminal Court) offer us a picture of crime and punishment from the period that is often rich in the detail of everyday life. 706 more words

Men of Letters

A.A. Milne and Z.Z. Top are not just at the opposite ends of the 20th century’s cultural and chronological spectrum, they are also polar examples of another kind.   794 more words

Oscar Wilde

On This Day -15 April 1912 - The Titanic sinks on her maiden voyage

Nowadays we celebrate human disaster almost as much as success, except we call it commemoration. That’s the rationale behind the magnificent Titanic Experience in Belfast. Remembrance = tragedy + time. 663 more words