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Iv ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. CECL to WLWE: the Newsletter of the Conference on British Commonwealth Literature, with Ko. 11 (April 196?), has become the Newsletter of World Literature Written in English, Effective this year, the Conference has become KLA Group 12. Subscriptions for individuals are il.OO per year; Address: Joseph Jones, Editor, Department of Ens-lish, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 78712. For membership in English 12, KLA, write R. T. Robertson, Secretary , Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Bladesburer, Va. 24o6l. 2. The Frederic Herald: The second number of this antidote to academic dulness has just appeared. With owlish scholarly notes and news as seasoning, this bulletin rushes with gay abandon from page 1 to page 6. Thomas F. O'Donnell, Editor (Utica College, Utica, N. Y. 13502), announces that in the future each issue will be devoted to one of Frederic's novels. The January, 1968, issue will be on Theron Ware. Notes of from 50 to 500 words "about any aspect of Theron Ware" are invited. 3. People: James E. Hepburn, after a visiting stint at Yale University has returned to England to continue his work on the Arnold Bennett letters. Pierre Coustillas, who taught in Madagascar last year, has edited a very fine bilingual (French-EngIish) edition of Gissing's Ryecroft and has three or four other major Gissing projects in hand. Wayne State University Press is publishing the work of a number of our friends and contributors: Herbert M. Schueller and Robert L. Peters' edition of the J. A. Symonds' Letters, the first of three volumes to be available in December; George H. Thomson's The Fiction of E. M. Forster; and H. E. Gerber's George Moore in Transition . Wendell V. Harris is preparing a survey of the short story for publication in Studies in Short Fiction. After a year of visiting at Riverside, Harris is back at Boulder. James G. Kennedy has returned to Upsala after a Sabbatical year In England working on a book on Herbert Spencer scheduled for publication by Twayne In December, 1970. Jack Wayne Weaver, formerly at Greensboro College, has moved to Winthrop College. Weaver will give a paper at MLA on "Moore's Exile In Dublin" as part of a program on Irish Renaissance directed by George Harper. V, A. Shahane (Osmanla) is Visiting Professor at Wisconsin State University at La Crosse. Robert L. Peters has returned to Riverside from his Guggenheim Year abroad. He has also managed, somehow, to give poetry readings in New York City, at Brown University, and elsewhere. On October 10, he opened the reading program for the 1967-68 season at Guggenheim Museum. ...

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ISSN
1559-2715
Print ISSN
0013-8339
Pages
p. iv
Launched on MUSE
2010-05-21
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Will Be Archived 2021
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