Bonus 2: Victorian Class and Gender
Hannah sits down with Dr. Jen Sudgen to discuss the ideals Victorian Class and Gender, and how they come across in Dracula. This interview contains spoilers for Dracula (and we're talking last-page-of-the-book spoilers!), so if that's something you care about you should save this bonus for later. This episode was hosted by Hannah Wright and edited by Tal Minear. The transcript was done by Rook Mogavero.Transcript here.Here are links to the various papers, articles, and media Dr. Sugden referenced:"The Angel in the House" by Coventry PatmoreThe Royal Family in 1846 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter"Dracula and Women" by Carol Senf in the Cambridge Companion to Dracula"The New Aspect of the Woman Question" by Sarah Grand"What It Will Soon Come To" in Punch Magazine"The New Woman" in Punch Magazine"Passionate Female Literary Types" in Punch MagazineDr. Sugden's underrated Victorian fiction list: the works of Anthony Trollope, the works of Wilkie Collins, and Lady Audley's SecretHere are audio dramas you should listen to:Check out Victoriocity, a detective comedy podcast! It's set in even Greater London, 1887. In this vast metropolis, Inspector Archibald Fleet and journalist Clara Entwhistle investigate a murder, only to find themselves at the centre of a conspiracy of impossible proportions. You'll hear our beloved Jonathan Harker (Ben Galpin) in it!Check out Fawx & Stallion, a comedy podcast about rivalry, friendship, fame, and occasionally about solving mysteries! It's set in London, 1889. When the residents of 221B Baker Street leave town for the weekend to solve one of their most famous cases, no one is left to clear a poor housekeeper’s name of a crime she didn’t commit. Well, no one except for their neighbors at 224B…Our websites:www.ReDracula.livewww.Bloody-Disgusting.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.