‘Literary couples are a plague,’ wrote Elsa Morante, married to Alberto Moravia. They’re one of the couples in this lively exploration of what happens when two writers share loves and lives.
In a new study, students say they want access to indoor and outdoor play spaces at vertical schools. But they don’t want too much noise.
In George Eliot’s masterpiece of 19th century realism, characters are confronted with the limits of their individual capacities and visions.
Archibald Prize winner Julia Gutman paints portraits whose stories run deep, and are layered with meaning and with textiles, too.
So many of our artistic geniuses have complicated legacies. What do we do with work we love by artists whose behaviour is more difficult to admire?
Deborah Levy’s new novel, set in our pandemic-era present, contains the heat and desire of a European summer and the upward struggle of a soul. Jane Gleeson-White says she ‘read it like a thriller’.
Beef gives permission to its feuding central characters and minority audience members to feel complex and nuanced emotions.
Grand mosques mark the urban space of major historical cities such as Mecca, Medina, Cordoba and Tunis. Now, Melbourne has its very own.
Despite a surge in development, most apartments are one or two bedrooms and not family-friendly.
Quality of life must lead office-to-residential conversions to ensure inequities are not built into our housing system, says UNSW expert.