One of English poetry’s most recognisable voices has been memorialised in Westminster Abbey.
What research tells us about the ripest Anglo Saxon. Parental Advisory: explicit content.
How about some fowl play this Medieval Valentine’s day?
They're rude, crude and uncouth. So what makes farts so funny?
The Refugee Tales is a modern reconstruction of Chaucer's classic pilgrimage – this time, telling the largely unspoken realities of immigration detention.
Shakespeare didn't 'lol,' but he did 'ha, ha, he.'
Do English texts stay the same over the decades because there are no good modern books? Or because the process of selecting new books is just too hard?