Biography: Hannah Bury is a second-year PhD student at the University of Salford.
Her interdisciplinary doctoral project analyses intersectional representations of
femininity, madness, and disability in Nineteenth-Century children’s literature and
Disney film adaptation. Hannah has recently published an article in a special issue
of Brontë Studies, and she has a book chapter forthcoming in the edited collection
entitled Gender and Female Villains in Twenty-First Century Fairy Tale Narratives
(Bingley: Emerald Publishing, 2022).
R.3. Review: Clare Walker Gore, Plotting Disability in
the Nineteenth-Century Novel