Timothy Adès has produced new translations of Victor Hugo’s poems about being a grandfather. Merryn Williams finds that many of them have stood the test of time…
An Arcadian, Literary Childhood in Tilty by Helen Reilly Donlon Can I ever return again To where I can never go, To the dark green woods by the fields Where the tall grasses grow?
Jenny Fabian considers Angela Carter’s interrogation of authority in The Bloody Chamber
Helen Donlon interviews Roger Tinnell on Federico Garcia Lorca Writer and academic Roger Tinnell lives in the hills of Benimussa above San Antonio, Ibiza.
Coleridge – The Muse and the Albatross by Jenny Fabian
The Quiet Marriage of W.H. Auden & Erika Mann by Alan Lloyd
Seventeen, from Putney, London, U.K. . . . some surprising extracts from a teenager’s diary by Jessica Campbell (interviews, photographs and babysitting…)