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Andrew Mangham (born 1979) is a literary critic and lecturer at the University of Reading, UK. He is best known for his work on the sensation novel, having published three books and numerous articles on the genre, but he has also published critical work on Dickens and the Gothic. Mangham was born in Thurnscoe, a coal-mining village near Barnsley, South Yorkshire, and got his bachelor's degree from the University of Huddersfield. He gained distinction in his master's degree in Victorian Literature from the University of Leeds, and moved to the University of Sheffield to study for a PhD with Sally Shuttleworth. The subject of his PhD thesis became the basis of his first book Violent Women and Sensation Fiction, which was published in 2007.