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Feature of the Month: A Bold Stroke for a Wife

Susanna Centlivre was a leading comic dramatist of the early eighteenth century, and was particularly conspicuous as a female in a male world. Her Bold Stroke for a Wife was first performed in February 1718. Three hundred years later, we commemorate it as our Feature of the Month.

31 Jan 2018
Dr Karen Attar

Capturing the monster: Mexico City in literature

From the first accounts of the soldier-chroniclers, such as Bernal Diaz del Castillo , who captured on paper the city of stone they had set about destroying, Mexico City has been written about ceaselessly. El Periquillo Sarniento , the first novel written and published in Latin America was itself a portrait of the 19 th century city, yet despite this, Mexico City is less well-known as a literary locality than London, New York, Paris and perhaps even Buenos Aires.
16 Jan 2018
Research Collections

New journals in our Psychology Collection

The history of psychology is one of the Library's main strengths. As part of our aim to build a comprehensive bibliography for this subject, we are subscribing to new journal titles and are also purchasing back issues of journals wherever possible.

21 Dec 2017
Mura Ghosh

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