Kirstin Mills (Macquarie University) reflects on her Shelley Conference paper: ‘Journeying through the Landscapes of the Mind: the Shelleys, Space, and the Psychological Sciences’. Mills discusses the significance of Mary Shelley’s travel writings after the death of her husband, before looking at what we can learn from Mary’s writings on psychological trauma.
|Specialist publication||Keats-Shelley Association of America Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Feb 2018|
- literary criticism
- Literary biography
- Gothic fiction
- Travel Writing
- nineteenth century