Victorian Persistence, session 39: “‘But little is known of that curious and very interesting animal’: Persisting intertextuality and May Sinclair’s place (or lack of it) in literary history”

The next session of our seminar will take place on Wednesday 4 November 2015 at the Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7 (Bâtiment Olympes de Gouges, salle 346, 17h30-19h30).

May Sinclair, White Dress

May Sinclair, White Dress

Leslie De Bont (Université de Nantes) will give a paper entitled “‘But little is known of that curious and very interesting animal’: Persisting intertextuality and May Sinclair’s place (or lack of it) in literary history”. Her respondent will be Dr Leigh Wilson (University of Westminster)

We will work with extracts from the following texts:

– Suzanne Raitt, May Sinclair: A Modern Victorian (2000)

– Michel de Certau, Heterologies: Discourses on the Other (1986) ModernVictorian_Heterologies

– May Sinclair, Mary Olivier: A Life (1919) MaryOlivier

– May Sinclair, A Defence of Idealism: Some Questions and Conclusions (1917) DefenceofIdealism

The seminar will take place at 5.30 pm the following address: salle 346, Bâtiment “Olympe-de-Gouges”, 8 place Paul-Ricoeur, 75013, métro/RER Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand. http://www.univ-paris-diderot.fr/DocumentsFCK/implantations/File/Plan_A3_GE_2012-2013.pdf

All are welcome!

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