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Contributors JEROME TAYLOR is Professor of English and Chairman of the Medieval Area of the Department of English at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. He is co-editor and con­ tributor to Medieval English Drama: Essays Critical and Contextual (University of Chicago Press, 1972). He has also published books on Chaucer, Hugh of St.-Victor, and twelfth-century European culture. EUGENE STEELE teaches at the University of Benghazi, Libya, where he is a member of the English Department. He is at present writing a book on Carlo Goldoni. DONALD BAKER is Principal Lecturer in English and Drama at the Dorset Institute of Higher Education in England. He has taught in Ghana, Uganda, Cameroun, Togo, and Ja­ maica, and has lectured in the United States on Thomas Hardy, pre-school dramatics, and the nature of comedy. He has published widely in such journals as Comparative Drama, Theatre Quarterly, Shakespeare Survey, Texas Quarterly, and Yale/Theatre. PETER BEEN is Professor of English at Dartmouth College. He has written on Kazantzakis, Cavafy, and Ritsos, and has translated several works by Kazantzakis as well as, most recently, Stratis Myrivilis’ novel Life in the Tomb. He is currently working on a large study of Kazantsakis’ work in relation to Greek and European politics. ...


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