Kathryn Colvin


Kathryn Colvin is an American undergraduate majoring in English. Her primary research interests involve intersections of villainy and heroism, tensions between the individual and society, and portrayals of the supernatural in British literature. Kathryn’s works include the articles Sepulchral Sensuality and Heretical Heavens in Wuthering Heights and Romeo and Juliet” (in press), “‘Her Enchanted Hair’: Rossetti, Lady Lilith,’ and the Victorian Fascination with Hair as Influences on Tolkien” (published in Mythlore, Issue 137), and A Furnace-Burning Heart’: Shakespeare’s Richard III as Heroic Villain.”

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