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Lecture presenting Ouida and Victorian Popular Culture

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Time: 5.30pm
Venue: Room JG1008, John Galsworthy building, Penrhyn Road campus, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE
Price: free
Speaker(s): Jane Jordan and Andrew King

Lecture presenting Ouida and Victorian Popular Culture

Join us to celebrate the publication of Ouida and Victorian Popular Culture, edited by Jane Jordan and Andrew King (Ashgate, 2013).

Ouida, the pseudonym of Louise Ramé (1839-1908), was one of the most productive, widely circulated and adapted of Victorian novelists, with a readership that ranged from Vernon Lee, Oscar Wilde and Ruskin to the nameless newspaper readers and subscribers to lending libraries.

This collection offers a radically new view of Ouida, helping us thereby to rethink our perceptions of popular women writers in general, theatrical adaptation of their fiction, and their engagements with imperialism, nationalism and cosmopolitanism.

Reception to follow in the Picton Room.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Claire Hayward
Email: C.Hayward@kingston.ac.uk

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