Tickets £10 'No question - the non-fiction book of the year is Richard Holmes' Age of Wonder' (Andrew Marr) - an incident-packed account of a time when science and art marched hand in hand, and Coleridge and Humphry Davy were Yin and Yang. Jenny Uglow's Words & Pictures explores fascinating working relationships between writers and artists such as Hogarth and Fielding, Wordsworth and Bewick, Dickens and Phiz. Was there something in the water in 18th and 19th century Britain which catalysed fertile collaborations? Richard Holmes has also written extensively on the Romantic Poets. Jenny Uglow's books include The Lunar Men. (DeadGoodBooks)
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