Mia FulfordEnglish and Art History Student, Undergraduate Research Scholar, University of Leeds
- University of Leeds
- United Kingdom
About Mia Fulford
I am a member of the University of Leeds' 2021 Laidlaw Scholar Cohort. My self-defined project explores the representation of concurrent themes of nature and isolation in 20th century and contemporary literature. I study English and History of Art and have a love of all things books, art and the outdoors! I also run a zine that features contributions from young creatives across the UK.
Please take a look at my blog which delves into my research project a bit deeper here: https://outdoorfiction.blogspot.com/
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This is such an interesting topic Mia! Landscapes are so important in setting the scene in literature; I've studied Wuthering Heights for a while at A-level and it is so interesting to see how the landscape plays into that text too. On another note, you have given me another excuse to read Normal People, which I should probably do!
Thank you! Wuthering Heights is such a great book and Cathy is the quintessential angsty woman who runs for the hilltops (lol). I wholeheartedly recommend Normal People as well. Fair warning though - it's not the most cheerful book ever written.