Event Title

Panel 10: Representation and the Visual Dickens

Presenter Information

Robert Reeder, Providence College

Location

Feinstein Center 400

Start Date

9-8-2009 10:45 AM

End Date

9-8-2009 12:25 PM

Description

Panel Members:
Tracy Miller, New York University
Metonymy, pathetic fallacy, and “what the waves were always saying” in Dombey and Son
Letitia Henville, University of Toronto
A Second Metonym: Tom-all-Alone’s, Poor Jo, and Mid-Victorian Representations of Poverty
Mark Cronin, Saint Anselm College
Turning Peggotty’s Boat Right Side Up: Hablot K. Browne and the Overturned Boat House of David Copperfield
André DeCuir, Muskingum College
Dickens and the Pre-Raphaelite Aesthetic Revisited: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

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Aug 9th, 10:45 AM Aug 9th, 12:25 PM

Panel 10: Representation and the Visual Dickens

Feinstein Center 400

Panel Members:
Tracy Miller, New York University
Metonymy, pathetic fallacy, and “what the waves were always saying” in Dombey and Son
Letitia Henville, University of Toronto
A Second Metonym: Tom-all-Alone’s, Poor Jo, and Mid-Victorian Representations of Poverty
Mark Cronin, Saint Anselm College
Turning Peggotty’s Boat Right Side Up: Hablot K. Browne and the Overturned Boat House of David Copperfield
André DeCuir, Muskingum College
Dickens and the Pre-Raphaelite Aesthetic Revisited: The Mystery of Edwin Drood