Laura Monrós-Gaspar. 2015. Victorian Classical Burlesques: A Critical Anthology.

  • Juan-José Martín-González Universidad de Málaga

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Author Biography

Juan-José Martín-González, Universidad de Málaga
Juan-José Martín-González holds a BA in English Philology (2009) and an MA in English Studies (2011) from the University of Málaga. He is currently a PhD student and predoctoral intern at the University de Málaga. His research interests include Victorian studies, neo-Victorian studies andPostcolonial fiction.

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2016-12-22
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