- — Dickens Museum (@DickensMuseum)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:12:19We're very pleased to be showing the #Dickensian exhibition at #BAVS2016 https://twitter.com/Ms_Snailham/status/770880201366597632 …
- — The Twinkling Sheep (@twinkling_sheep)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:19:07
- The buzz surrounding the start of BAVS 2016 meant that the conference hashtag (#BAVS2016) was already trending in the UK before the event even truly began.
- The first keynote was delivered by novelist and academic Patricia Duncker, who was an immediate hit both in the lecture hall and on Twitter.
- — Catherine Paula Han (@CatherellaH)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:26:16Keynote Patricia Duncker pooh-poohes the idea that you can't be both an academic and novelist. #bavs2016
- — Catherine Paula Han (@CatherellaH)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:31:03Patricia Duncker compares reading outdated critics' work to encountering someone "quite, quite mad". #BAVS2016
- — Louise Creechan (@LouiseCreechan)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:31:48Duncker is fab. Such an animated speaker. Speaking on imagining George Eliot for Sophie and he Sibyl #BAVS2016
- — Briony Wickes (@brionyjoy)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:51:53Patricia Duncker on George Eliot's "textual crossdressing" assuming a masculine voice & nom de plume. Today she remains 'Eliot' #BAVS2016
- — Barbara Franchi (@barbara_franchi)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:53:11Duncker- Neo-Vic fiction is haunted by Victorian fiction, and it evokes all sorts of ghost-texts #BAVS2016
- — Karin Koehler (@Karin_Penguin)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:57:04Duncker: does getting it right mean being historically accurate or does it mean inventing what should've happened? #BAVS2016
- — Daný van Dam (@HDJvanDam)Wed, Aug 31 2016 12:58:45Duncker: Conventions of genre and form always connected to reader expectations. Can only subvert these if you know what they are. #BAVS2016
- — Catherine Paula Han (@CatherellaH)Wed, Aug 31 2016 13:00:12Duncker is at her most delightful talking about her love of trashy Victorian fiction. #BAVS2016
BAVS 2016 – Day One (31 August, 2016)
Tweets from 'Consuming (the) Victorians' at Cardiff University, 31 August to 2 September
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