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Charles Nicholl is an English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel. He has been active as a writer since the 1970s and has been publishing books since 1980. His subjects have included Christopher Marlowe, Arthur Rimbaud, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Nashe and William Shakespeare. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Besides his literary output, Nicholl has also presented documentary programmes on television.He has lectured in Britain, Italy and the United States. He also lectures on Martin Randall Travel tours.

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  • Charles Nicholl is an English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel. He has been active as a writer since the 1970s and has been publishing books since 1980. His subjects have included Christopher Marlowe, Arthur Rimbaud, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Nashe and William Shakespeare. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Besides his literary output, Nicholl has also presented documentary programmes on television.He has lectured in Britain, Italy and the United States. He also lectures on Martin Randall Travel tours.
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  • Charles Nicholl is an English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel. He has been active as a writer since the 1970s and has been publishing books since 1980. His subjects have included Christopher Marlowe, Arthur Rimbaud, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Nashe and William Shakespeare. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Nicholl was educated at King's College, Cambridge.Since his early work he has shown an interest in counterculture. In 1972 he won the Daily Telegraph young writer award as a result of which he visited Colombia.In 1974 he was the winner of the Sunday Times Young Writer Award for his account of an LSD trip entitled 'The Ups and The Downs'. Besides his literary output, Nicholl has also presented documentary programmes on television.He has lectured in Britain, Italy and the United States. He also lectures on Martin Randall Travel tours.
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