Monthly Archives: September 2014

Conference review of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Solutions and Revolutions”

On 20 September 2014 The Drood Inquiry held a one-day conference on The Mystery of Edwin Drood and its many solutions, generously supported by the University of Buckingham, The Victorian Popular Fiction Association and The Institute of English Studies. It … Continue reading

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Illuming the Mystery of Edwin Drood?

Guest post by Karen Attar, Rare Books Librarian at Senate House Library. Senate House Library often provides small displays to support conferences. The Library scans lists of forthcoming SAS conferences to offer displays, where timing fits and it has relevant … Continue reading

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Sixth monthly part: This is not the end…

And there you have it. Six parts down and six to go, and an entire readership left in perpetual anticipation. This month’s installment is a part that is as much about what is to come (or not to come) as … Continue reading

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