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The French Shakespeare Society

A non-profit association founded in 1975, the French Shakespeare Society (SFS) promotes the study of works by Shakespeare and other authors from the Tudor / Stuart period in the literary, political and social context of Renaissance Europe. SFS members are academics, students, writers, theater professionals and Shakespeare lovers of all nationalities who share the same desire to learn and discuss during annual thematic conferences, the proceedings of which have been published regularly since 1979.

Latest issue
41 | 2023
Shakespeare et le genre

Shakespeare and Gender
Edited by Gilles Bertheau and Claire Guéron
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