|James Acheson is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Canterbury, in Christchurch, New Zealand.He is author of John Fowles and Samuel Beckett's Artistic Theory and Practice: Criticism, Drama and Early Fiction, coeditor of Samuel Beckett: Texts for Company, and editor of The British and Irish Novel Since 1960 and British and Irish Drama Since 1960. A member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Beckett Studies, he has contributed essays to many edited collections and journals.|
|Vicki Bertram is Lecturer in English Studies at Oxford Brookes University, where she teaches modern and contemporary literature, with a particular focus on international Englishes, and on feminist theory and practice.She is currently writing Muscling In: A Study of Six Contemporary Women Poets and English Poetic Tradition. One of her concerns is to narrow the gap between practitioners and academics; with this in mind, she organized the "Woman and Poetry" conference in Oxford in 1994, in which she combined academic papers with public performances by women poets.|
|Claire Buck is Principal Lecturer in English at the University of North London.She is editor of The Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature, and author of H.D. and Freud: Bisexuality and a Feminist Discourse. Dr. Buck is currently Visiting Scholar in the English Department at Brown University.|
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Publication information: Book title: Contemporary British Poetry:Essays in Theory and Criticism. Contributors: James Acheson - Editor, Romana Huk - Editor. Publisher: State University of New York Press. Place of publication: Albany, NY. Publication year: 1996. Page number: 397.
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