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, She has published several articles examining the influence of Shakespearean theatricality on Emily Dickinson's poetry in French journals such as Transatlantica or Représentations, and in collective works such as Thy Truth Then Be Thy Dowry, Her current research focuses on the dialogue between American literature and dance, and she has recently, 2014.

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