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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors Frank Lentricchia is the Katherine Everett Gilbert Brooks Professor Emeritus of Literature at Duke University. His books in critical theory and literary criticism that made considerable impact on the profession are: After the New Criticism, Criticism and Social Change,and Ariel and the Police. Since the early 90s he has turned to writing fiction, some 13 novels. The most significant are Johnny Critelli and The Knifeman, The Italian Actress,and The Accidental Pallbearer. Dr. Eleanor Careless recently completed her PhD on twentieth- century Anglo-American prison poetry at the University of Sussex. She earned her BA in English Literature and her MPhil in Criticism and Culture at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge. She has taught English literature at the University of Sussex, the University of Cambridge and Paris Diderot University. She has publications on poetry and imprisonment forthcoming from Palgrave (2019) and College Literature (2020). Niall Gildea David Wylot is a Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Leeds. His monograph, Reading Contingency: The Accident in Contemporary Fiction, is out with Routledge in 2020. Chris Mourant is a Lecturer in Early Twentieth-Century English Literature and Co-Director of the Centre for Modernist Cultures at the University of Birmingham. Juliette Taylor-Batty is Senior http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Modernist Cultures Edinburgh University Press

Notes on Contributors

Modernist Cultures , Volume 14 (4): 1 – Nov 1, 2019

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Edinburgh University Press
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2041-1022
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1753-8629
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10.3366/mod.2019.0264
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Abstract

Frank Lentricchia is the Katherine Everett Gilbert Brooks Professor Emeritus of Literature at Duke University. His books in critical theory and literary criticism that made considerable impact on the profession are: After the New Criticism, Criticism and Social Change,and Ariel and the Police. Since the early 90s he has turned to writing fiction, some 13 novels. The most significant are Johnny Critelli and The Knifeman, The Italian Actress,and The Accidental Pallbearer. Dr. Eleanor Careless recently completed her PhD on twentieth- century Anglo-American prison poetry at the University of Sussex. She earned her BA in English Literature and her MPhil in Criticism and Culture at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge. She has taught English literature at the University of Sussex, the University of Cambridge and Paris Diderot University. She has publications on poetry and imprisonment forthcoming from Palgrave (2019) and College Literature (2020). Niall Gildea David Wylot is a Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Leeds. His monograph, Reading Contingency: The Accident in Contemporary Fiction, is out with Routledge in 2020. Chris Mourant is a Lecturer in Early Twentieth-Century English Literature and Co-Director of the Centre for Modernist Cultures at the University of Birmingham. Juliette Taylor-Batty is Senior

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Modernist CulturesEdinburgh University Press

Published: Nov 1, 2019

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