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The author’s citrus adventures began when, visiting a garden in the Veneto, she picked up a piece of fallen fruit and learned ‘the only lesson an ignorant orange thief could understand’: that Seville oranges are bitter enough to cauterise the tongue
The word ‘desert’ evokes a place of wearying nothingness, devoid of life, culture or fertility. But, as Roslynn D Haynes, a professor at the University of New South Wales, shows in this beautifully written and sumptuously illustrated new book, the reality…
Defenceless within, undefended without, Tibet remains a victim of the Cold War. Today, only the exiled Dalai Lama survives as a symbol of Tibet’s will to survive and a moral challenge to Chinese occupation
With a referendum on Scottish independence in the offing, it’s a good time to ask the question contained within this book’s subtitle: ‘What has held the UK together and what is dividing it?’
In 1988, the American Museum in Britain – located near Bath – received a bequest of more than 200 Renaissance maps of the New World from Dr Dallas Pratt, the museum’s co-founder
Nick Thorpe, a veteran BBC correspondent, travelled the length of the Danube, Europe's second-longest river. He delved into the rich history and culture of a river that ‘carved a path, or laid a trail, for people to follow westwards’
We take our world of neatly defined territorial units for granted. The linear boundaries are set (for the most part) and they help to guide every aspect of international relations. But it wasn’t always this way
‘Eruption’ suggests something sudden, but when the Icelandic volcano Laki erupted in 1783, the process lasted eight months and cast a shadow over the whole of Europe

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