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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 24
The many ways in which we are wrong about Jane Austen
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Jak Stringer Sep 21
Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins - A Writing Bromance performance this afternoon is sold out! More beards, wine and women
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 19
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 19
A ‘passenger incident’ on the late Victorian Underground
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 19
Charlotte and her Sisters: On the Death of Emily Jane and On the Death of Anne by
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 13
THE VICTORIAN GAME OF FOOTBALL … by )
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 12
The Jersey Pug's Funeral; and Other Dog Funerals of the Late Victorian Era by
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 12
THE STRANGE CASE OF THE ALCHEMIST’S DAUGHTER: HUMAN-DIRECTED EVOLUTION IN THEODORA GOSS’S VICTORIAN CROSSOVER NOVEL
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 12
A way to read 19th-Century novels serially and in their cultural contexts —
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 11
The Tottenham Station Railway Disaster of 1860 by
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 10
Sex, secrets and murder most foul: following the threads of the Limehouse Golem
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Jak Stringer Sep 9
21st Sept 15.30 @ Porthmeor Studios St Ives. Dickens & Collins - A Writing Bromance
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 9
'You Ain't Ruined': How Thomas Hardy Took On Victorian-Era Purity Culture
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 8
The Victorian view of same-sex desire
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 7
Free exciting online short course by ': Laughing gas, literature & the lamp’ all welcome
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 6
Darwin's Metaphor: Nature's Place in Victorian Culture by Robert M. Young
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 5
Why Are We So Fixated on the Crimes of the Victorians? BY BRITT PETERSON
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 5
James Tissot: Portraits of the Artist by
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 4
Wilkie Collins had to pretend his portraits by Napoleon Sarony were 'indecent' to stop visitors stealing them.
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WilkieCollinsJournal Sep 3
You've got the part! What a super sleuth!
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