You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch. You’re in keeping with the medieval tradition of viewing the Jew as an outcast and a baleful force in society.
James McNeill Whistler created the famous "Peacock Room" for a wealthy patron. But the patron never actually wanted it.
In the nineteenth century, enterprising toymakers developed a novel way to bring theater into the home.
Charlotte Brontë, a woman whose life was steeped in stifled near-romance, refused to write love as ruly, predictable, or safe.