Monthly Archives: September 2010

Reading the city: literary maps

Literary mapping is quite a vogue.  The New York Times sparked off a storm of response to its request for readers’ suggestions to build a Literary Map of Manhattan in 2005.  The result was assembled by Randy Cohen and Nigel … Continue reading

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The Reunion of a Lifetime: Raphael’s Tapestries and his Cartoons

I’m very excited actually to be seeing this exhibition in a couple of weeks’ time when I go to the V&A. I’ve seen the cartoons before – they are part of the V&A’s permanent collection – but this will be … Continue reading

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