Ms Theadora Jean

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Research interests

I research the work of Bram Stoker in my current project ‘The Author Of All This Our Sorrow’: Textual Ambivalence in Bram Stoker’s Dracula’. In this critical and creative practise-based project I seek to re-examine this famous text by interrogating the various narrative methodologies Bram Stoker composes and compiles to form the novel. As well as writing traditional critical scholarship, particularly in relation to New Woman novelists of the period, I am ‘rewriting’ or ‘reimagining’ Dracula in a twenty-first century setting, utilising the new digital narrative methodologies of our own time.

I achieved a first class BA in English Literature at the University of Liverpool and later took my MA in Critical & Creative Writing at the University of Sussex. My short fiction and non-fiction have been published in a range of literary journals including Storgy, Queen Mob’s Teahouse and Xray, among others.

Other research interests include the Gothic, Victorian Studies (and the Fin-De-Siècle), feminisms, Mary Shelley, interdisciplinarity, women’s writing and creative writing.

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