George Bernard Shaw

“The only thing worse than living in the mausoleum of a dead writer is living with a bunch of living ones”

A trip through Ireland in the sixties showed a country full of contradictions – which still blight the landscape today

The publisher wanted to offer impecunious readers a university in their own home. With the imprint’s relaunch, that ambition lives on

The global impact of World War I changed the arts forever. Its effects are still felt a century later