Boulton, James T(hompson)
BOULTON, James T(hompson)
BOULTON, James T(hompson). British, b. 1924. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Director, Institute for Advanced Research in Arts and Social Sciences, University of Birmingham, 1987- (Professor of English Studies, and Head of Dept., 1975-88). Professor of English Literature, University of Nottingham, 1964-75. Publications: The Language of Politics in the Age of Wilkes and Burke, 1963; Selected Letters of D.H. Lawrence, 1997. EDITOR: Edmund Burke: Philosophical Enquiry into…Sublime and Beautiful, 1958, 1987; C.F.G. Masterman's The Condition of England, 1960; Dryden's Essay of Dramatick Poesie, etc., 1964; Defoe: Prose and Verse, 1965; English Satiric Poetry: Dryden to Byron, 1966; Lawrence in Love: Letters from D.H. Lawrence to Louie Burrows, 1968; (with S.T. Bindoff) Research in Progress in English and Historical Studies, 2 vols., 1971-75; Samuel Johnson: The Critical Heritage, 1971; Defoe's Memoirs of a Cavalier, 1972, 1991; The Letters of D.H. Lawrence, vol. I, 1979, vol. 2, 1982, vol. 3, 1984, vol. 4, 1987, vol. 5, 1989, vol. 6, 1991, vol. 7, 1993, vol. 8, 2000.
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