is Leverhulme Research Fellow in English at Oxford University and Lecturer at Balliol College, Oxford.
He teaches literature from 1740 to the present, and principles of literary criticism. His research interests are nineteenth-century fiction and poetry. He studied at Oxford at undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels. His DPhil thesis considered narratives of hope and anticipation in the Victorian novel, especially in the work of Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell and George Eliot. His current research projects are a study of Dickens’s manuscript revisions, and a monograph on future-directed narratives in Victorian fiction. He is also editing Dickens’s The Uncommercial Traveller for Oxford University Press.
He is the author of A Guide to Dickens’ London (Hesperus, 2012), and has edited a volume of essays on Dickens’s Style (Cambridge University Press, 2013). He writes regularly for journals on nineteenth-century literature and reviews for the TLS.
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