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Marie-Dominique Garnier

A short biography

Marie-Dominique Garnier is Professor of English literature at the University of Paris VIII, (formerly Vincennes), where she teaches courses and seminars on 17th century poetry and drama, on modernism, and on literature and philosophy (Derrida, Deleuze). She has published essays and book chapters (mostly on Shakespeare, Donne, Milton, De Quincey, Dickens, Joyce, T.S. Eliot, V. Woolf), and a book on George Herbert. She has worked in the field of literature and photography, and edited a book, Jardins d'Hiver on the subject. She is also a translator (Samuel Pepys, Thomas Browne, Madeline Gins).

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