Doebler, Bettie Anne

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DOEBLER, Bettie Anne

DOEBLER, Bettie Anne. American. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, instructor to associate professor of English, 1961-70; Arizona State University, Tempe, associate professor to professor of English, 1971-94, director of Interdisciplinary Humanities Program, 1982-92, professor emeritus, 1995-. Publications: The Quickening Seed: Death in the Sermons of John Donne, 1970; "Rooted Sorrow": Dying in Early Modern England, 1994; (with R. Slotten and J. Thiem) The Book of the Mermaid, 2001. EDITOR & AUTHOR OF INTRODUCTION: Willet, Sacrorum Emblematum Centura Una, 1984; W. Harrison, Deaths Advantage Little Regarded, 1993; (with R.M. Warnicke) Taylor's The Pilgrim's Profession, 1995; (with R.M. Warnicke) Death's Sermon unto the Living, 1999; (with R.M. Warnicke) H. Gamon, The Praise of a Godly Woman, 2001. Contributor of poems to periodicals. Address: 6102 E Calle del Norte, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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