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About the Authors Ben M. Vorpahl (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin) is Assistant Professor of English at the University of California, Los Angeles. His publications in­ clude articles i’n The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Nine­ teenth Century Fiction, and Studies in Romanticism. His book on Frederic Remington and Wister is scheduled for publication in 1972. He is presently working on a critical biography of Wister—Owen Wister: Philadelphia’s Prodigal Son. Neal Lambert (Ph.D., University of Utah) is Associate Professor of English at Brigham Young University. From his own experience he has learned the difference between a lecturn and a latigo. He has published most recently in the Utah Historical Quarterly, Western American Literature, and South Dakota Review. Richard Astro (Ph.D., University of Washington) is Assistant Professor of English at Oregon State University. His articles have been published in Modern Fiction Studies, Twentieth Century Literature, and Steinbeck Quarter­ ly. He and Tetsumaro Hayashi have edited a book, Steinbeck: The Man and His Work, published by Oregon State University Press. He is currently work­ ing an a full-length study of the impact of Ed Ricketts’ influence on Stein­ beck. William Goldhurst (Ph.D., Tulane University) is Associate Professor of Humanities at the University of Florida. He has published articles on Eugene O’Neill, E. A. Poe, Hemingway, and Salinger. He is author of F. Scott Fitz­ gerald and His Contemporaries and he edited Contours of Experience. He is presently working on a critical study of Edgar Allan Poe. Richard M. M. McConnell (M. A., University of Maryland) is presently chief speechwriter for the American Bankers Association. He is studying for a doctorate in American Studies at the University of Maryland. He has con­ tributed fiction and non-fiction to nearly a dozen periodicals and two books, and is presently working on a book about Father Charles E. Coughlin. Susan A. Frey (BA, Millersville State, Pa.) is studying for the MA in English at the University of Maryland. She is a secondary school teacher in a Maryland suburb of the nation’s capital. ...


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