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Childhood disrupted : Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s unfinished autobiography Before the knowledge of evil (2015)
Journal Article
Hatter, J. (2015). Childhood disrupted : Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s unfinished autobiography Before the knowledge of evil. Peer English : the journal of new critical thinking, 11-25

As Mary Jean Corbett in Representing Femininity (1992), Linda Peterson in Traditions of Victorian Women’s Autobiography (1999) and David Amigoni in Life Writing and Victorian Culture (2006) have all noted, Victorian women could write about their live... Read More

Writing the vampire : M. E. Braddon’s Good Lady Ducayne and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (2015)
Journal Article
Hatter, J. (2015). Writing the vampire : M. E. Braddon’s Good Lady Ducayne and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Supernatural studies, 2(2), 29-47

By the fin-de-siècle, vampire fiction already had a long-standing Gothic heritage, and yet, in the mid-1890s, two authors published their own vampire tales, hoping to make their mark in the popular genre. One author was an established best-seller wit... Read More