Bayley, John (Oliver)
BAYLEY, John (Oliver)
BAYLEY, John (Oliver). British, b. 1925. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Warton Professor of English Literature, and Fellow, St. Catherine's College, Oxford University, 1974- (Lecturer and Fellow, New College, Oxford, 1955-74). Member, St. Anthony's and Magdalen Colls., Oxford, 1951-55. Publications: El Dorado: The Newdigate Prize Poem, 1950; In Another Country (novel), 1955; The Romantic Survival: A Study in Poetic Evolution, 1957; The Characters of Love: A Study in the Literature of Personality, 1960; Tolstoy and the Novel, 1966; Pushkin: A Comparative Commentary, 1971; The Uses of Division: Unity and Disharmony in Literature, 1976; An Essay on Hardy, 1978; Selected Essays, 1980; Shakespeare and Tragedy, 1981; The Line Order of Battle at Trafalgar, 1985; The Short Story: Henry James to Elizabeth Bowen, 1987; Housman's Poems, 1992; Alice (novel), 1994; The Queer Captain (novel), 1995; George's Lair (novel), 1996; The Red Hat (novel), 1997; Elegy for Iris, 1999; Iris & Her Friends, 2000; Widower's House, 2001. Address: St. Catherine's College, Oxford, England.