It is a teaching truth universally acknowledged that, if you want to help students to find a way into historical subject matter, finding a way to join it up to their own experience is always useful. However much I enjoy spending time in the nineteenth century, I can’t expect those
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Those of you who follow me on Twitter might have seen a particularly effusive tweet I posted on Friday evening, after a stunning evening of music at the Wigmore Hall given by Alice Coote and Julius Drake. It bore the title, ‘I myself am the enemy who must be loved?