Notes on Contributors

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Robert S. Fredrickson has published another essay on Stone in PLL, "Robert Stone's Decadent Leftists," (Summer 1996). He has published essays on Whitman, John Gardner, and Joyce Cary, as well as a book Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, a nineteenth- century American realist. Two travel essays of his include: "Where Stoned Men Talk God in the Early Sun," The Massachusetts Review, (Autumn 1998) and "Heart of Darkness in Gabon," The Journal of African Travel Writing (Spring 1999). His PhD is from The University of North Carolina, and he has been teaching at Gettysburg College for 30 years.

Yu Liu is Assistant Professor of English at Niagara County Community College in Western New York and has published essays on the Lyrical Ballads and The Prelude. This essay is part of a book project on Wordsworth's relationship with the French Revolution.

Gene A. Plunka is Professor of English at The University of Memphis where he teaches courses in modern and contemporary drama. His books include Peter Shaffer: Roles, Rites, and Rituals in the Theater (1988); The Rites of Passage of Jean Genet: The Art and Aesthetics of Risk Taking (1992); Antonin Artaud and the Modern Theater (1994); and Jean-Claude van Itallie and the Off-Broadway Theater (1999). …