The Victorian Freak Show: The Significance of Disability and Physical Differences in 19th-Century Fiction

by Lillian Craton

About Lillian Craton

Lillian Craton is an assistant professor of English at Lander University. She holds a PhD and MA from Emory University and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She helped to create the Transatlantic Women’s Genre Fiction digital text library at Emory University’s Lewis Beck Center and has published and presented essays on nineteenth-century women’s popular writing, Victorian body image, and teaching with digital texts.


 

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