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Zoltán AbÁdi-Nagy, a Professor at Kossuth University, in Debrecen, Hungary, is currently a Fulbright Professor of English at the University of Minnesota, Twins City Campus. He has conducted other interviews with Walker Percy, William Gaddis, E. L. Doctorow, and Ronald Sukenick; he has translated into Hungarian some of the fiction of many contemporary American writers; and he has published widely in Hungarian and English essays on contemporary American novelists.

Dewey Ganzel is Professor of English at Oberlin College and author of other articles on Hemingway in the Sewanee Review.

Peter J. Gillett has published elsewhere articles on Eugene O'Neill, Shakespeare, and Tennyson. He is Professor of English and Director of Freshman English at the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.

Edward Jamosky and Jerome Klinkowitz both teach at the University of Northern Iowa, Jamosky in the Russian Department, Klinkowitz in English. Most of Jamosky's publications are on Russian authors, and the most recent of Klinkowitz's many essays and books is Rosenberg/Barthes/Hassan: The Postmodern Habit of Thought (University of Georgia Press, 1988).

Suzanne Kiernan is contractually employed by the Department of Italian at the University of Sydney in Australia. In addition to various scholarly essays, she also is a free-lance reviewer for several Australian newspapers and a broadcaster and scriptwriter for the Australian Broadcasting Company.

Cheryl Lester, who is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Kansas, has also published on Faulkner in Criticism and has an article on Philippe Sollers forthcoming in Yale French Studies.

Robert Roulston's many other articles on Fitzgerald are published in journals such as South Atlantic Quarterly, Arizona Quarterly, Literature and Psychology, Journal of Narrative Technique, and elsewhere. He is also author of a book on James Norman Hall (1978). [End Page 140]



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