Victorian rebel: the many faces of Mary Braddon

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Gavin, A. and Oulton, C. 2012. Victorian rebel: the many faces of Mary Braddon. Victorian Rebel: the Many Faces of Mary Braddon. Canterbury Christ Church University 16 - 22 Jul 2012
AuthorsGavin, A. and Oulton, C.
Year2012
ConferenceVictorian Rebel: the Many Faces of Mary Braddon
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Inaugural Exhibition of the International Centre for Victorian Women Writers, displaying material from the ICVWW's Mary Braddon Archive, plus open lecture.

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Gavin, A. and Gavin, A. 2008. Worlds enough and time: the cult of childhood in Edwardian fiction. in: Gavin, A. and Gavin, A. (ed.) Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time Basingstoke, Hampshire Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-22
Intangible children: longing, loss and the Edwardian dream child in J.M. Barrie's 'The Little White Bird' and Rudyard Kipling's ''They''
Gavin, A. 2008. Intangible children: longing, loss and the Edwardian dream child in J.M. Barrie's 'The Little White Bird' and Rudyard Kipling's ''They''. in: Gavin, A. and Gavin, A. (ed.) Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time Basingstoke, Hampshire Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 53-74
Child sacrifice and the crisis of gender in Mary Cholmondeley's major fiction
Oulton, C. 2010. Child sacrifice and the crisis of gender in Mary Cholmondeley's major fiction. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 53 (2), pp. 204-218. https://doi.org/10.2487/elt.53.2(2010)0059
''The shadow which I call pain'': Mary Cholmondeley and the dilemma of bodily weakness
Oulton, C. 2009. ''The shadow which I call pain'': Mary Cholmondeley and the dilemma of bodily weakness. Life Writing. 6 (3), pp. 303-312. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484520903082926
Deepen[ing] the power and horror of the original: Caroline Clive’s Paul Ferroll as descendant of Jane Eyre
Gavin, A. 2009. Deepen[ing] the power and horror of the original: Caroline Clive’s Paul Ferroll as descendant of Jane Eyre. Revue LISA / LISA e-Journal: Littératures, Histoire des Idées, Images, Sociétés du Monde Anglophone. 7 (4), pp. 64-86.
“What a comrade she would make”: the limits of romantic friendship in Jude the Obscure
Oulton, C. 2007. “What a comrade she would make”: the limits of romantic friendship in Jude the Obscure. Thomas Hardy Journal. 23, pp. 117-125.
Left past the moon
Oulton, C. 2001. Left past the moon. NPF Publications.
''The bad women are better than the good ones'': the new woman and sexual fall in Cholmondeley's short fiction
Oulton, C. 2009. ''The bad women are better than the good ones'': the new woman and sexual fall in Cholmondeley's short fiction. in: Oulton, C. and Schatz, S. (ed.) Mary Cholmondeley Reconsidered London, UK Pickering & Chatto.
Childhood in Edwardian fiction: worlds enough and time
Gavin, A. Gavin, A. (ed.) 2008. Childhood in Edwardian fiction: worlds enough and time. Basingstoke, Hampshire Palgrave Macmillan.
Painting it black: art, crime and resolution in Carol Swain's graphic short story 'Come Down Town'
Gavin, A. 2007. Painting it black: art, crime and resolution in Carol Swain's graphic short story 'Come Down Town'. in: Ibáñez, J., Fernández, J. and Bretones, C. (ed.) Contemporary Debates on the Short Story Oxford Peter Lang. pp. 185-206