Bradley, John Lewis

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BRADLEY, John Lewis

BRADLEY, John Lewis. British, b. 1917. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Instructor, Wellesley Coll., Massachusetts, 1948-51, and University of Maryland, College Park, 1952-53; Assistant Professor, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1953-55; Assistant Professor, 1955-58, and Associate Professor, 1958-64, Mount Holyoke Coll., South Hadley, Massachusetts; Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1964-66, Graduate Division, University of South Carolina, Columbia, 1966-69, University of Durham, England, 1969-78, and University of Maryland, College Park, 1978-82. Publications: An Introduction to Ruskin, 1971; Lady Curzon's India, 1985; A Shelley Chronology, 1993; A Ruskin Chronology, 1997. EDITOR: Ruskin's Letters from Venice 1851-1852, 1955; Ruskin's Letters to Lord and Lady Mount-Temple, 1964; Selections From Mayhew's London Labour and the London Poor, 1966; (with M. Stevens) Masterworks of English Prose, 1968; Ruskin: The Critical Heritage, 1984; (co-) The Correspondence of John Ruskin and Charles Eliot Norton, 1987. Contributor to encyclopedias. Address: Church Cottage, Hinton St. George, Somerset TAI7 8SA, England.