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Contributors STEPHEN SPECTOR is an Assistant Professor of English at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is f i n r r f V iA ^ .T +/~v t i tm m i r o t / a n r n l o x r c f r \ r f l i " C O T 'l \ f W U i U X X g U l t > W 'jrW X W V I U i j ' O l r V l j i ^ l u j r j JL V 1 u x v X ^ U i l j English Text Society, and is compiling a catalogue of water­ mark betaradiographs taken from dated medieval manu­ scripts. He has also published several articles on bibliography and manuscript study. BRIAN JOHNSTON, who holds degrees from Cambridge Uni­ versity and has taught at various universities in England, Norway, and the United States, now resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he is currently devoting full time to research on Ibsen. His first book, The Ibsen Cycle, was published in 1975. F. C. McGRATH is currently teaching in the English Depart­ ment at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is an assistant professor. His previous publications include articles on Yeats, T. S. Eliot, and Walter Pater. S. VISWANATHAN teaches in the Department of English at the University of Hyderabad, India. His publications include a forthcoming study of modem Shakespeare criticism to be issued by Cambridge University Press, and his articles have appeared or are soon to appear in such journals as Anglia, English Studies, Milton Quarterly, Philological Quarterly, Papers on Language and Literature, Victorian Poetry, and Theatre Survey. LESLIE SMITH is Principal Lecturer in English at the Poly­ technic of North London. His publications include essays on Orton and Pinter in the Adam International Review. ...


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