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Track 1 - Bram Stoker visited Whitby in 1890. Our two academics, Valerie and Marie, visit various locations in Whitby, to explore its significance as a fictional setting Track 2 - aims to raise you...r awareness on the role of sound in the novel. Sue Asbee travels to Louisiana to interview the curator of the Kate Chopin museum and Emily Toth to discuss Chopin's life and work.
Metadata describing this Open University audio programme
Module code and title: AA316, The nineteenth-century novel
Item code: AA316; CD8
Published: 2006
Rights Statement: Rights owned or controlled by The Open University
Restrictions on use: This material can be used in accordance with The Open University conditions of use. A link to the conditions can be found at the bottom of all OUDA web pages.
Duration: 01:02:36
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Contributors: Sue Asbee; Amanda Cheneau; Harry Collett; Tom Cooper; Marie Mulvey-Roberts; Valerie Pedlar; Emily Toth
Publisher: BBC Open University
Subject terms: Fiction--19th century--History and criticism; Literature--19th century--History and criticism; Novelists, American--19th century--Criticism, Textual; Novelists, English--19th century--Criticism, Textual; Novelists, French--19th century--Criticism, Textual
Footage description: Full track listings are available in the CD notes booklet in the supplementary material
Master spool number: CDA5780
Production number: AUDA011B
Available to public: no