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Christa Zorn

An associate professor of English at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Christa Zorn teaches nineteenth- and twentieth-century British literature, women's studies, and critical theory. She has written articles on Vernon Lee and Lou Andreas-Salomé.

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Listed in: Victorian Studies · Gender Studies · British Literature · Literary Criticism · Women’s Studies · Literary Studies

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Vernon Lee
Aesthetics, History, and the Victorian Female Intellectual
By Christa Zorn

The subject of renewed interest among literary and cultural scholars, Vernon Lee wrote more than forty books, in a broad range of genres, including fiction, history, aesthetics, and travel literature. Early on, Lee established her reputation as a public critic whose unconventional viewpoints stood out among those of her contemporaries.

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