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SHAKESPEARE'S STOLEN GOODS

Found in Translation: the first English version of Montaigne's essays inspired England's greatest playwright, and Simon Willis finds that it still rings out more than 400 years later   read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsFound in translationjuly/august 2014LiteratureshakespeareSimon Willis

KATE BUSH'S SENSUAL WORLD

The Visual CV: she has been her own woman ever since her teens. As she embarks on only her second concert tour, Laura Barton chooses her greatest hits read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsjuly/august 2014Laura BartonMUSICPERFORMING ARTS

ROALD DAHL'S UNHOLY TERROR

Notes on a Voice: Charlie McCann is kept awake by "romptious" prose that revels in mess and mischief read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsbooksCharlie McCannjuly/august 2014

THE MINISTRY OF FUN

Education: more playful than school, more democratic than the theatre, Coney makes things happen to people of all ages. Irving Wardle joins them read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsEDUCATIONIntelligenceIrving WardleJuly/Augusttheatre

GOOD GIRL GONE GREAT

Short Read: for her theatre highlight, Isabel Lloyd picks Gillian Anderson as a crumpled Southern belle read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsIsabel Lloydjuly/august 2014theatreTHIS SEASON

THE PAINTINGS OF PENZANCE

Authors on Museums: small and intimate, Penlee House is a gallery in tune with its Cornish setting—and the weather. For Jim Crace, it has even become central to his marriage read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsauthors on museumsJim Cracejuly/august 2014

BORN AGAIN, STILL ON THE CELLO

Short Read: for his classical music highlight, Michael Church picks a cellist who had to teach himself a second time read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsClassicaljuly/august 2014Michael ChurchTHIS SEASON

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