Bradley Stephens is a professor and a specialist of French literary culture from the nineteenth century onwards, who studied in Cambridge and now teaches in Bristol. His publications and public engagement activities primarily focus on cutting through the clichés surrounding Victor Hugo and other iconic male figures from French literature to reveal new insights into their writing and its reception. His most recent book is a biography of Hugo, Victor Hugo (which is part of the Critical Lives series), and it was published by Reaktion Books in February 2019.
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|Bradley Stephens, Victor Hugo (Reaktion Books, 2019)|