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THE CONTRIBUTORS Forrest G. robinson teaches American Literature and American Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He has written books on Sir Philip Sidney, Wallace Stegner, and Mark Twain, and articles on a wide range of English and American subjects. He is currently at work on a biography of Henry A. Murray, the eminent American personality theorist and Melville scholar. john DOLis is writing a book on Thoreau. Annette Larson benert is at work on a series of essays on Edith Wharton's perceptions of architecture and the design of space in her fiction: the first of these, "The Geography of Gender in The House of Mirth," appeared in Studies in the Novel, Spring 1991. Conrad shumaker's work has recently appeared in Charlotte Perkins Gilman: The Woman and Her Work (ed. Sheryl Meyering), and the Journal of American Culture. He is currently working on an article that looks at Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony and its implications for the way we teach literature. john N. duvall's Faulkner's Marginal Couple: Invisible, Outlaw, and Unspeakable Communities was published in May of last year by the University ofTexas Press, and his essay on John Updike's Roger's Version appears in the Spring 1991 special issue ofModern Fiction Studies. He is currently working on a book-length study of contemporary American fiction that operates within a high modernist aesthetic. deborah clarke has published articles on Ught in August and Absalom , Absalom!, and has an essay on Faulkner and Camus (written with Christiane Makward) in Fiftieth Anniversary Essays on Camus's L'Etranger, forthcoming from Macmillan Press in 1992. She is at work on Robbing the Mother: Women in Faulkner, under contract to the University Press of Mississippi. U\t,©.©>$ ?T'·T>? vi® if ...


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