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William Burke, Associate Professor of English at Northern Arizona University, has published on other twentieth-century writers in CLA Journal, Critique, Southwest Review, and Thought. He presently has in progress new work on O'Connor.

Clare Colquitt teaches at the University of Texas, Austin. She has published recently in The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, New Mexico Humanities Review, and South Atlantic Review.

Fred Madden, Assistant Professor of English at Ithaca College, has published recently on Conrad's Heart of Darkness. He presently is at work on a study on Poe.

Jeffrey Meyers is well known to readers of Modern Fiction Studies. Author of the recent Disease and the Novel (1985) and Hemingway: A Biography (1985), Professor Meyers' "Lawrence's Mr. Noon" appeared in the Winter, 1985, issue of MFS.

Fritz Oehlschlaeger, Associate Professor of English, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, is the co-editor of Toward the Making of Thoreau's Modern Reputation (1979) and author of articles in American Literary Realism, American Literature, Western American Literature, and elsewhere.

Ronald R. Thomas, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Chicago, is currently completing work on a study of dreams in nineteenth-century fiction, called Dreams of Authority. He published "Dickens' Sublime Artifact" in Browning Institute Studies (1986). His essay herein is part of a larger project on Beckett and the novelistic tradition.

Edwin W. Williams, Professor of English, East Tennessee State University, has published on Joyce previously in the Tennessee Philological Bulletin and Selected Proceedings of Mountain Interstate Language Conference (1986). He is presently at work on a study of symbolic structures in Ulysses. [End Page 156]



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