Craik, T(homas) W(allace)
CRAIK, T(homas) W(allace)
CRAIK, T(homas) W(allace). British, b. 1927. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Professor of English, University of Durham, 1977-89, prof emeritus, 1989-. Assistant Lecturer, 1953-55, and Lecturer, 1955-65, University of Leicester; Lecturer, 1965-67, and Sr. Lecturer, 1967-73, University of Aberdeen; Professor of English, University of Dundee, 1973-77. Publications: The Tudor Interlude: Stage, Costume and Acting, 1958, 3rd ed., 1967; The Comic Tales of Chaucer, 1964. EDITOR: Massinger, A New Way to Pay Old Debts, 1964; Massinger, The City Madam, 1964; Selected Poetry and Prose of Sir Philip Sidney, 1965; Marlowe, The Jew of Malta, 1966; Minor Elizabethan Tragedies, 1974; (with J.M. Lothian) Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, 1975; (with C. Leech and L. Potter) The "Revels" History of Drama in English, 6 vols., 1975-83; (with R.J. Craik) John Donne: Selected Poetry and Prose, 1986; Beaumont and Fletcher, The Maid's Tragedy, 1988; Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1989; Shakespeare, King Henry V, 1995.