Katherine D. Harris an associate professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at San José State University, specializes in Romantic-era and nineteenth-century British literature, textual studies and history of the book, and digital humanities.
Listed in: Victorian Studies · Gender Studies
Katherine D. Harris assesses the phenomenal rise of the literary annual and its origins in English, German, and French literary forms as well as its social influence on women, its redefinition of the feminine, and its effects on late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century print culture.
“Carefully researched and well documented, the volume will be a boon to those interested in Romantic and Victorian literature, history, and culture, and of particular appeal to those interested in Romantic and Victorian women poets. Recommended.”