Literary Bric-à-Brac and the Victorians: From Commodities to Oddities
Keaghan Turner is Assistant Professor of Digital Writing and Humanistic Studies in the Department of English at Coastal Carolina University. Her narrative essay on a disappointingly unDickensian inheritance of ephemera recently appeared on storySouth. An essay she co-authored, examining vintage collectibles and the legacy of “Gone With the Wind,” is forthcoming from LSU Press in 2016. She is currently working on the psychologies and technologies of collections, literary artifacts, and social media in Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie.
Keaghan Turner; Literary Bric-à-Brac and the Victorians: From Commodities to Oddities. Victorians Institute Journal 1 December 2014; 42 (1): 230–234. doi: https://doi.org/10.5325/victinstj.42.1.0230
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