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  • Marta Cerezo Moreno UNED



Author Biography

Marta Cerezo Moreno, UNED
Marta Cerezo Moreno is Associate Professor of English Studies at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). Her main areas of interest and main publications focus, first, on contemporary English narrative in relation to Gender Studies, Literary Gerontology and Disability Studies, and, second, on Early Modern British literature, especially Shakespearean drama. Her current research is concerned with both the presence of aging and disability in contemporary English narrative and the commemorative acts of Shakespeare’s quatercentenary.


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