Keith G. Wilson, University of Ottawa

English Professor Ottawa, Ontario kgwilson@uottawa.ca Office: (613) 562-5800 ext. 1160

Bio/Research

My research and teaching interests relate primarily to 19th and 20th-century British Literature, with an ancillary interest in Victorian and Edwardian music hall. Much of my work has been, and continues to be, on Thomas Hardy, on whom I recently edited a volume for the Blackwell Companion series....

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Bio/Research

My research and teaching interests relate primarily to 19th and 20th-century British Literature, with an ancillary interest in Victorian and Edwardian music hall. Much of my work has been, and continues to be, on Thomas Hardy, on whom I recently edited a volume for the Blackwell Companion series. I have also recently co-edited with Michael Millgate an 8th supplementary volume of Hardy’s Collected Letters (Oxford UP). I am now editing Tess of the d’Urbervilles for the projected definitive Cambridge University Press edition of Hardy’s fiction. I also work on representations of London in twentieth-century British writing, covering the full extent of the century from figures like George R. Sims, Walter Besant, Edwin Pugh and W. Pett Ridge in its earlier years to contemporary writers such as Peter Ackroyd, Iain Sinclair, and Martin Amis. I am happy to consider supervising graduate theses on any subjects appropriate to my areas of expertise.

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