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  • Contributors

Timothy C. Alderman teaches in the English Department of Iowa State University.

Maureen Gillespie Andrews, Associate Professor of English at Northern Michigan University, is presently at work on a psychoanalytic study of Wuthering Heights.

Robert Arlett is the editor of Mountain Review. He teaches at the University of New Orleans.

Carol Barnum's The Fiction of John Fowles: A Myth for Our Time will appear soon from Penkeville. She is an Associate Professor of English at Southern Tech.

Ruth Christiani Brown, a member of the Department of English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University, has published previously on Conrad, James, and Lessing.

Ronald C. Dixon, Chairman of the English Department of The Westlake School in Los Angeles, has also published on Fowles in Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide, ed. Larry McCaffery (1985).

Frederick M. Holmes, who lectures at the University of Manitoba, has also published in The Journal of Narrative Technique, ARIEL, and English Studies in Canada.

Janet E. Lewis is the author of several articles on F. Scott Fitzgerald. She is an Associate Professor of English at York University, Toronto.

James R. Lindroth, Associate Professor of English at Seton Hall University, has recent articles on Flannery O'Connor and Ishmael Reed in, respectively, Religion and Literature and The Review of Contemporary Fiction.

Ellen McDaniel has published on Fowles in the Journal of Modern Literature and Notes on Contemporary Literature. She is an Assistant Professor of English at Texas A&M University.

Frank G. Novak, Jr., Associate Professor of English, Pepperdine University, is presently at work on a study of Lewis Mumford's autobiographical writings.

Barry N. Olshen is the author of John Fowles (1978) and co-author, along with Toni A. Olshen, of John Fowles: A Reference Guide (1980). He teaches English at Glendon College, York University.

William J. Palmer, guest co-editor of this special issue and author of the first book on Fowles (1974), is an Associate Professor of English at Purdue University.

Sue Park is Head of the Department of Language, Literature, and Journalism at West Texas State University. A previous contributor to MFS (Summer 1976), she has also published on Joyce Carol Oates, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Saul Bellow.

Charles Scruggs is the author of numerous essays appearing in such journals as American Literature, Arizona Quarterly, and Studies on Eighteenth-Century Culture. He is a member of the English Department of the University of Arizona.

Frederik N. Smith, a contributor to the Samuel Beckett special issue of MFS, chairs the English Department of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. [End Page 212]



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