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ADAMS, Hazard

ADAMS, Hazard. American, b. 1926. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, instructor, 1952-56; University of Texas, assistant professor, 1956-59; Michigan State University, East Lansing, associate professor, and professor, 1959-64; University of California, Irvine, professor, 1964-74, chairman of the Dept. of English, 1964-69, dean of the School of Humanities, 1970-72, vice-chancellor for academic affairs, 1972-74; University of Washington, Seattle, professor of English, Lockwood Professor of Humanities in Comparative Literature, 1977-97, Emeritus, 1997-. Publications: Blake and Yeats, 1955; William Blake: A Reading, 1963; The Contexts of Poetry, 1963; The Horses of Instruction (novel), 1968; The Interests of Criticism, 1969; The Truth About Dragons (novel), 1971; Lady Gregory, 1973; The Academic Tribes, 1976; Philosophy of the Literary Symbolic, 1983; Joyce Cary's Trilogies, 1983; The Book of Yeats's Poems, 1990; Antithetical Essays, 1990; The Book of Yeats's Vision, 1995; Farm at Richwood and Other Poems, 1997; Many Pretty Toys: A Novel, 1999; Four Lectures on the History of Criticism in the West, 2000; Home: A Novel, 2001. EDITOR: Poems by R.S. Adams, 1952; Poetry: An Introductory Anthology, 1968; Fiction as Process, 1968; William Blake, 1970; Critical Theory since Plato, 1972, rev. ed., 1992; Critical Theory since 1965, 1986; Critical Essays on William Blake, 1991. Address: 3930 NE 157th Pl, Seattle, WA 98155, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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