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Milton J. Bates, Associate Professor of English at Marquette University, is author of Wallace Stevens: A Mythology of Self (1985). A Vietnam veteran, Bates is currently studying the literature and film of that war.

Martin Bock's other published studies of fiction appeared in Conradiana. He teaches English at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

Richard Cronin is author of Shelley's Poetic Thoughts (1981) and of the forthcoming Colour and Experience in Nineteenth Century Verse (1987). His essays about India have appeared in Encounter, The London Magazine, Essays in Criticism, and elsewhere. He is Lecturer at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

Michele Frucht Levy teaches English at Xavier University of Louisiana. She has previously published on Dostoevsky in the South Central Review.

Lorraine Liscio, an Adjunct Professor at Boston College, has previously published in Studies in Short Fiction, Bucknell Review, and Revue du Pacifique.

Biyot K. Tripathy is Professor and Head of the Department of English at Berhampur University in India. Among his many publications are a book on D.H. Lawrence (1977) and one on the American novel (1985).

Jon Wallace is Professor of English at Graceland College. His other publications on contemporary American fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in Critique and Notes on Contemporary Literature. [End Page 200]



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