In this hugely entertaining book, author and journalist Viv Groskop finds answers to life's most pressing questions by reflecting on Russian literature. Not sure what to do with your life? Find out Tolstoy's answer in Anna Karenina. Unrequited love? Social anxiety? Hear what Turgenev or Chekov can tell us. Groskop brings a light touch to these weighty topics, backed up by her intelligent writing and impressive knowledge of these works.
If you're a Cat Person and a Book Person, this mug is for you. Featuring nine cat silhouettes with nine quotes from men and women of letters who cannot resist...
A handy, versatile and spacious zipped pouch. Could be used for holding pens, pencils, make-up or toiletries. Printed canvas. Measures 22 x 15.5 cm.
"Come divine lyre, speak to me and become a voice" from Sappho poem fragment 118. The simple line "Become a voice" features on a hand-printed tote bag, with a beautiful...
This small but beautifully made china teapot is inspired by the classic ink bottle, with a fountain pen as the handle of the lid. Handmade and glazed in Leyburn, North...