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Hidden Casanova letter discovered

Giacomo Casanova’s legendary life of adventure is well known from his autobiographical Mémoires. The Venetian writer and traveller charmed his way across eighteenth-century Europe. The discovery of a hitherto unknown…

Andrew Marvell: 400 years on

Professor Angela Leighton, Senior Research Fellow at Trinity, describes her creative response to the 400th anniversary of the birth of Andrew Marvell. 31 March 2021 is the 400th anniversary of…

Trinity turns blue

Trinity’s iconic Wren Library turned blue last night in support of NHS staff and key workers across the UK. Dame Sally Davies, Master of Trinity, said: It’s wonderful to see…

Pittoni Painting returns to the Wren

Pittoni’s imposing oil painting ‘An Allegorical Monument to Sir Isaac Newton’ returned to the Wren Library last month following an absence of over a year during which time it was…

A A Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh goes to London

A A Milne’s manuscript of Winnie-the-Pooh features in a major Victoria & Albert Museum exhibition about the genesis and legacy of a teddy bear, along with his friends, Piglet, Eeyore,…

Newton’s Cambridge papers added to UNESCO register

The Cambridge papers of Sir Isaac Newton, including his notebooks and an annotated copy of Principia Mathematica at Trinity, have been added to UNESCO’s International Memory of the World Register.…

‘…too strong for words to name’

Co-Presidents of Trinity’s LGBT+ society, 1TQ, Mimi Trevelyan-Davis and James Riseley, and Fellow in English, Dr Joe Moshenska, have co-curated an exhibition in the Wren Library exploring the nature of…

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