Donna Tartt's novel describes what happens when the temptation of Dionysus becomes too strong to resist for a group of Classics students. You really must read this murder story with a difference.
Geoffrey Chaucer died on 25 October 1400. When it comes to questions about greed, who are we to believe: Chaucer’s Pardoner, Danny Boyle or Gordon Gekko?
After seeing the second part of The Passion, Michael Kirwan reflects on what is shaping up to be a Passion tailored for our times – a politico-religious thriller with intensely personal drama.
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