Dominique Goy-Blanquet is professor of Elizabethan Theatre at the University of Picardie, a member of the editorial board of La Quinzaine Littéraire and a contributor to The Times Literary Supplement. Her works include Shakespeare’s Early History Plays: From Chronicle to Stage (Oxford University Press, 2003), Shakespeare et l’invention de l’histoire (Le Cri, 2004), the edition of Joan of Arc, A Saint for All Reasons: Studies in myth and politics (Ashgate 2003), essays for CNRS, Arden 3, Shakespeare Survey, Cambridge Companion, Europe, and French translations of John D. Wilson, What happens in ‘Hamlet’ (Le Seuil, 1992), Anthony Burgess's autobiography, Little Wilson and Big God (Grasset, 1996), and W. H. Auden’s Lectures on Shakespeare (Anatolia, 2003). She is currently writing a book on theatre and law.
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