The Achievement of Isaac Bashevis Singer

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MARCIA ALLENTUCK teaches in the Department of English and Comparative Literature in The City College of the City University of New York. Her essays on eighteenth-century literature and the fine arts have appeared in many scholarly journals and she is completing books on Henry Fuseli and on the brothers Singer. She has also written on Yiddish literature for Commentary.

WILLIAM H. GASS has written widely praised fiction ( Omensetter's Luck; In the Heart of the Heart of the Country) and teaches Philosophy at Purdue University, and is a Guggenheim Fellow for 1969-70. He contributes essays and reviews on literary and philosophical subjects to numerous periodicals and now reviews fiction regularly for The New York Review of Books.

ELI KATZ teaches German and Yiddish at the University of California, Berkeley. A specialist in mediaeval Yiddish, he is also working on a long study of the distinguished modern Yiddish writer, David Bergelson.

MORRIS GOLDEN, a member of the Department of English at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, is a Guggenheim Fellow for 1968-69. In addition to many shorter pieces on the eighteenth century, he has written books on William Cowper, Samuel Richardson, Thomas Gray, and Henry Fielding.

MAXIMILLIAN E. NOVAK, a former Guggenheim Fellow, teaches in the Department of English at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has written several books on Daniel Defoe and many articles on eighteenth-century fiction.

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