Nathalie Blondel


Nathalie Blondel was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1960 and grew up in Colchester, Essex. She was educated at Colchester Girls' High School and Liverpool University, where she completed a doctorate in 1989 on the fiction of Mary Butts and the American writer Jane Bowles. Subsequently she has edited three of Jane Bowles's unpublished stories in collaboration with Paul Bowles, and has worked as a writer and translator: her subjects have included Jean Cocteau, Arthur Symons, Frances Bellerby, Patrick Hamilton, and Jocelyn Brooke, as well as Mary Butts. Nathalie Blondel currently is Research Fellow in Modern Literature and Lecturer at Oxford Brookes.

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