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Corrina Readioff

Corrina Readioff is studying for a PhD at the University of Liverpool on the history and function of pre-chapter epigraphs in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century novels. She manages the social media pages for Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and his Contemporaries and maintains a personal blog, The Age of Oddities: Reading the Eighteenth Century to encourage readers of all tastes and backgrounds to enjoy the delights of eighteenth-century literature. She has written for the Johnsonian Newsletter and the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Criticks website.

Review: Jakub Lipski and Jacek Mydla (eds), The Enchantress of Words, Sounds and Image (rev.)

Described by Thomas de Quincey as ‘the great enchantress of [her] generation’, Ann Radcliffe has long been identified as the author whose work contributed more than that of any other to the popularity of Gothic … Continue reading

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