“The Courtier’s Library” is a list of books every courtier should know about, a cheat sheet for name-dropping in society. The trouble? Its books are imaginary.
The British Regency era lasted less than a decade, but it spawned a staggering number of unlikely fictional marriages.
When Parley's Illuminated Library published a pirated version of A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens decided he had had enough.
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.