Looking Back: Introducing Neo-Victorian Fiction

You may be interested in this course which is being held at Gladstone’s Library, Hawarden, from 12th – 14th April. It is being run by Dr Rosie Miles  (Senior Lecturer in English, University of Wolverhampton) and Louisa Yates (Director of Collections and Research, Gladstone’s Library), and will offer the chance to explore our enduring fascination the Victorians, both on the page and on the screen. The course offers the chance examine the many ways in which they are brought back to life.’ How do we ‘remake’ the Victorians in the twenty-first century? We’ll be focussing in detail on Sarah Waters’ novel Tipping the Velvet (1998), including watching the screen adaptation.

You can find out more information here: http://www.st-deiniols.com/events/looking-back-introducing-neo-victorian-fiction.html.


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  1. Pingback: Tipping the Velvet | Dog-eared Kindle

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