Paisley Mann


Student contributor enrolled in English 520: Representations of London in Early Modern Literature and Culture at the University of Victoria in Summer 2008. Paisley Mann completed her MA at the University of Victoria and went on to doctoral work at the University of British Columbia. Her work on Thomas Heywood’s 2 If You Know Not MeYou Know Nobody began with a term paper on the play’s portrayal of illicit French sexuality, a topic she has also researched for the website Representing France and the French in Early Modern English Drama. This topic interests her, although she specializes in Victorian literature, because she frequently works on how Victorian literature portrays France and French culture. She is also a contributor for Routledge’s online database Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.

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