Dr. Cynthia Gamble is a visiting Fellow of The Ruskin Library and Research Centre, Lancaster University, and Vice-Chairman of the Ruskin Society. She is the author of Proust as Interpreter of Ruskin: The Seven Lamps of Translation (Summa Publications, 2002) and John Ruskin, Henry James and the Shropshire Lads (New European Publications, 2008), a work that was inspired by her Shropshire heritage. She has co-authored many works on Anglo-French cross currents such as 'A Perpetual Paradis': Ruskin's Northern France (Lancaster University, 2002) and Ruskin-Turner. Dessins et voyages en Picardie romantique (Musée de Picardie, Amiens, 2003), and finds particular inspiration in working with two languages and cultures. She contributed 14 entries to the Dictionnaire Marcel Proust (Honoré Champion, Paris, 2004), a work that was awarded the prestigious Prix Émile Faguet de l'Académie Française.
Although currently based in London, she has lived and worked in Belgium and France for considerable periods of time and has taught at lycées in Quimperlé and Grenoble and in schools, colleges and universities throughout England. She is a graduate of the Université de Grenoble and London University.
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