Cardinal, Roger

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CARDINAL, Roger. British, b. 1940. Genres: Art/Art history, Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, lecturer in French, 1965-67; University of Warwick, Coventry, lecturer in French, 1967-68; University of Kent, Canterbury, lecturer in French, 1968-81, reader in comparative literature, 1981-87, professor of literary and visual studies, 1987-. Publications: (with R. Short) Surrealism: Permanent Revelation, 1970; Outsider Art, 1972; German Romantics, 1975; (ed.) Sensibility and Creation: Studies in Twentieth Century French Poetry, 1977; Primitive Painters, 1978; Figures of Reality: A Perspective on the Poetic Imagination, 1981; Expressionism, 1985; Andre Breton: Nadja, 1986; The Landscape Vision of Paul Nash, 1989; (ed. with J. Elsner) The Cultures of Collecting, 1994; (with J.F. Hernandez and J. Beardsley) A.G. Rizzoli: Architect of Magnificent Visions, 1997; (with J. Beardsley) Private Worlds, 1998; (ed. with M. Lusardy) Messages d'Outre-Monde, 1999; Henry Moore: In the Light of Greece, 2000; (with A. van Berkum, J. ten Berge, and C. Rhodes) Marginalia, 2001. Address: Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NX, England. Online address: [email protected]