Contributors

HAROLD BLOOM is Sterling Professor of Humanities at Yale University and Professor of English at New York University.His works include Shelley's Mythmaking ( 1959), The Visionary Company ( 1961), The Anxiety of Influence ( 1973), Agon: Towards a Theory of Revisionism ( 1982), The Book of J ( 1990), The American Religion ( 1992), and The Western Canon ( 1994). His forthcoming books are a study of Shakespeare and Freud, Transference and Authority, which considers all of Freud's major writings. A MacArthur Prize Fellow, Professor Bloom is the editor of more than thirty anthologies and general editor of five series of literary criticism published by Chelsea House.

NORTHROP FRYE ( 1912-1991) was Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, and one of the major literary critics in the Western tradition. Among his many published works are Fearful Symmetry ( 1947), Anatomy of Criticism ( 1957), and The Great Code: The Bible and Literature ( 1982).

ROBERT A. LEE is the author of several works of literary criticism, including Orwell's Fiction ( 1969), Alistair MacLean: The Key is Fear ( 1976), and James Baldwin: Climbing to the Light ( 1991).

RICHARD I. SMYER is Associate Professor of English at the University of Arizona, Tucson, where he teaches political fiction, the short story, British Commonwealth literature, and detective fiction. His published works include Primal Dream and Primal Crime: Orwell's Development as a Psychological Novelist ( 1979) and articles on VS. Naipaul, Nadine Gordimer, and P.D. James.

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