Charles Nicholl (author)

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Charles Nicholl is an English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel. His subjects have included Christopher Marlowe, Arthur Rimbaud, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Nashe and William Shakespeare. Besides his literary output, Nicholl has also presented documentary programs on television. 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'.

Nicholl was educated at King's College, Cambridge, and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has lectured in Britain, Italy and the United States. He lives in Lucchesia in Italy with his wife and children.[1] He also lectures on Martin Randall Travel tours.[2]

Selected works[edit]


  1. ^ Boyd Tonkin, Charles Nicholl: Low life, high art, The Independent
  2. ^ Martin Randall Travel, Expert Lecturers, [1],