Charlotte Higgins

Charlotte Higgins has been the Guardian’s arts correspondent since 2004. She is the author of Latin Love Lessons (Short Books, 2007). Charlotte studied classics at Balliol College, Oxford. She lives in London.

Books by Charlotte Higgins

<a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/its-all-greek-to-me"><strong>It’s All Greek To Me</strong><br />How Ancient Greece shaped our World</a><br /><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/its-all-greek-to-me" class="plain-link">Why are some laws draconian? What is an Achilles heel? Why were the Spartans spartan? Charlotte Higgins answers all these questions and more in this indispensable guide to the greatest civilisation the world has ever known.</a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/its-all-greek-to-me"><img  src="https://shortbooks.co.uk/wp-content/themes/outreach/images/transparentgif.gif" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/latin-love-lessons"><strong>Latin Love Lessons</strong><br />Let Ovid Change your Life</a><br /><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/latin-love-lessons" class="plain-link">Forget about battles and spears and rediscover all the best bits of Latin love poetry – from Ovid’s tips on picking up girls and how to get away with cheating, to Catullus on how to deal with a broken heart and Virgil’s textbook case of how not to dump a girlfriend.</a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/latin-love-lessons"><img  src="https://shortbooks.co.uk/wp-content/themes/outreach/images/transparentgif.gif" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a>