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Sarah Beebe Fryer, who teaches at Michigan State University's James Madison College, has published on Fitzgerald in Scott Donaldson's collection of essays on that writer (1984) and has an article forthcoming in the Southern Quarterly.

Stuart Johnson's other essays on James have appeared in Texas Studies in Literature and Language and in Criticism. He currently has no academic affiliation.

Kathleen Lathrop teaches at the State University of New York, Purchase. She has previously published in The Review of Contemporary Fiction.

Bernard McElroy is author of Shakespeare's Mature Tragedies (1973) and of many essays and reviews in the field of Renaissance drama. He is an Associate Professor of English at Loyola University of Chicago.

George Monteiro is Professor of English and of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University. His current work on a book on Stephen Crane will supplement his many other books, essays, and reviews (some of the last of which have appeared in MFS).

Elizabeth Nunez-Harrell, Associate Professor of English and Chairperson of the Humanities Division of Medgar Evers College, has previously published in Contemporary Literature and Journal of Negro Education, among other journals.

Stanley Renner, who has published and has forthcoming articles on Steinbeck in the Steinbeck Quarterly, has also published essays in a wide variety of other journals, including Conradiana, Renascence, and College Literature. He teaches at Illinois State University.

Patrocinio P. Schweickart is Associate Professor of English at the University of New Hampshire. She was winner of the 1984 Florence Howe Award for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship and is author of essays in Signs, Women's Review of Books, and Papers in Comparative Studies.



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