Sarah comes from the University of Paris X (Paris-Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense), where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Master Degrees in English Language, Literature and Civilization and was a tutor for a year.
She helps students increasing their level in French during oral classes, focusing on French culture and literature. She also teaches grammar and written language work for all years.
Sarah has worked on D.H.Lawrence and Virginia Woolf for her MA paper to analyse and compare the modalities of the writing of the feminine subjectivity. She is interested in the linguistic and phenomenal issues raised by the modernist movement, and more particularly in various ways in which the process of writing can affect perceptions of the world as a network of arbitrary signs.