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Contributors Kit Dobson is a doctoral candidate in the department ofEnglish at the University ofToronto whose work focuses upon theoretical issues ofidentity and agency in a globalizing world. Kit previously studied at the University ofVictoria and the University ofYork (UK). Jill Durey is Associate Professor in English and Writing at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia. Author oĆ­Narrative Modality: The RoU ofHero andHeroine in the Noveh ofEliot, Tobtoy andFlaubert (Gunter Narr Verlag, 1993) and Trollope and the Church ofEngland (PalgraveMacmillan , 2002), she is currently writing a book on cousin-marriage and the nineteenth-century novel. Kathryn Ferguson has recently completed a PhD in history. She is interested in the connections forged between people and places and is currently engaged in writing about the cultural history ofthe Great Barrier Reef. Benedict Fullalove is the Chair ofthe Liberal Studies Department at the Alberta College ofArt and Design. His work deals with the idea ofwilderness in Canada in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Specifically, it draws extensively on material from illustrated books and the graphic press, considering the various ways in which such representations function to negotiate the relationship between place and experience. Vicky Simpson is a Lecturer in the Department of Languages and Letters at Cape Breton University in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Her research interests include nineteenth-century British literature, particularly writing by women and sensation fiction. VanessaWarne is an Assistant Professor ofEnglish at the University of Manitoba. She is currently working on a study of the history ofdisability in nineteenth-century London. 1 00volume 32 number 2 ...


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