Pre-Raphaelites in The City: Preraphsrule On LitBits Podcast

Dinah Roe

Preraphsrule On LitBits Podcast In Which I Discuss Art, Literature and the Pre-Raphaelites With Most Distinguished Podcasters

The erudite and irreverent folks at LitBits, a podcast billing itself as ‘somewhere between the pub and the seminar room’, recently invited me on to discuss the topic ‘Literature and Art.’ As you’ve probably guessed, I talk at some length about Pre-Raphaelitism. The podcast’s delightful hosts not only made me feel very welcome, they also made me think about art and literature in new ways. And I hope you’ll have the same experience. Click HERE to listen. You can also download this podcast as an MP3. And while you’re on their site, why not listen to them discussing literature ‘from odd and surprising angles’ with a fantastic lineup of guests, including an advertiser, a chef and a poet (among many others)!

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Pre-Raphaelites in the City

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This blog explores the thriving Victorian cities which inspired the Pre-Raphaelites, and were shaped by them in turn. While the Pre-Raphaelites produced poetry and art praising the natural world, most were born and raised in urban environments, and their work retained a cosmopolitan sensibility. Although this blog will sometimes take excursions into the countryside, its focus will remain on city life. If you want more information on images or sources, please get in touch.