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Saturday, November 16 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Panel: Literary Form as Data

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What can new methods tell us about form and style beyond close reading? From sibling sets to the historical study of poetics, each presenter synthesizes a range of texts in order to offer new interpretations of familiar Victorian conventions such as character, vernacular, rhyme, and seriality. Moderated by Sarah Storti.

Speakers
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Karen Bourrier and Kelly Hager

"How Many Siblings had Philip Pirrup? Sibling Sets in the Victorian Novel", University of Calgary and Simmons University
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Peter Capuano

“Enumerating the ‘Inimitable’: Text Mining, Charles Dickens, and the Vernacular Body”, University of Nebraska
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Natalie Houston

"Rhyme Data and the Horizon of Poetic Expectation", University of Massachusetts - Lowell
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Kristen Starkowski

"Social Networks and the Spinoff: Mapping Character Space in Oliver Twiss and Dombey and Daughter", Princeton University


Saturday November 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm EST
Byrd/Morris Seminar Room

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