Axelrod, Mark (R.)

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AXELROD, Mark (R.)

AXELROD, Mark (R.). American, b. 1946. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Literary criticism and history, Novels. Career: University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, lecturer, 1989-90; Chapman University, Orange, CA, associate professor of comparative literature, 1990-; artist and writer. Art work exhibited at institutions and galleries. Writer in residence at Governor Dummer Academy and Metropolitan Arts Council of Indianapolis, both 1976. Publications: Neville Chamberlain's Chimera; or, Nine Metaphors of Vision, 1979; An Author's Mother (screenplay), 1990; The Politics of Style in the Fiction of Balzac, Beckett, and Cortazar, 1992; Bombay California; or, Hollywood, Somewhere West of Vine (novel), 1994; (ed., contrib., and author of intro.) Review of Contemporary Fiction, 1995; Ti amo Lucia Olivetti (2-act play); Cardboard Castles (novel), 1996; Cloud Castles (novel), 1998; Of Gold & Ashes (screenplay), 1998; Poetics of Novels (literary criticism), 1999; Capital Castles (novel), 2000; Aspects of the Screenplay (film), 2001. Author of teleplays. Work represented in anthologies and periodicals. Address: Department of English and Comparative Literature, Chapman University, Orange, CA 92866, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]