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Katherine Dorothea Duncan-Jones FRSL (born 13 May 1941) is an English literature and Shakespeare scholar. She is the daughter of Austin Duncan-Jones and his wife Elsie Duncan-Jones (née Phare). Her brother is Richard Duncan-Jones. She married A.N. Wilson in 1971; they divorced in 1990 having had two daughters together, Emily and Bee Wilson. Duncan-Jones was Professor of English Literature, University of Oxford, (1998–2001). She is an honorary professor of English at University College, London.
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