The first facsimile of one of the great books of botanic art from the edition held in the library of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
A Golden Age gift book in facsimile for the first time. Kay Nielsen’s rarest work with his virtuoso blend of folk-tale drawing and Art Deco stylisation illustrating 22 of the best-loved tales by the Brothers Grimm
Complex, disturbing and powerful, King Lear is a play of haunting, shocking scenes and unmatched language.
The sheer visceral strength of this great tragedy has resonated through the centuries, ensuring it remains one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
Russell Hoban’s genre-defying masterpiece with a new essay by Quentin Blake and a specially-commissioned postscript by Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury.
The most powerful sorcery is Shakespeare’s language. Complex, personal and unsurpassably lyrical: rediscover one of Shakespeare’s most finely nuanced plays.