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Sue Asbee

Sue Asbee is a Senior Lecturer in English, and currently the Chair of A230 Reading and Studying Literature, writing a chapter on Frankenstein by Mary Shelley for this module. She edited the Twentieth Century book on this module and wrote a chapter on the American poets of the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes and Claude McKay. Elsewhere, she wrote about Virginia Woolf’s last novel, Between the Acts, and on the Victorian poet Arthur Hugh Clough for A335 Literature 1800 – Present Day. Sue’s research interests lie in biography, autobiography and, in particular, illness narratives (or pathographies) – ways in which writers write about illness in fiction, as well as autobiographical accounts of illness.

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