Tag: neo-Victorianism

Neo-Victorian fiction: Sarah Waters and Victorian narratives from the shadows of Victorian society

After reading Affinity, I wanted to dive into the genre of neo-Victorianism and more of Sarah Waters’ writing. Novels like Affinity and Fingersmith belong to the genre of neo-Victorianism. This can be defined as modern reworkings of Victorian society in adaptations, novels, or other forms of media. What makes something neo-Victorian is that it engages with the Victorian age often…

By Fleur August 31, 2021 0