Dunn, Charles W(illiam)

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DUNN, Charles W(illiam)

DUNN, Charles W(illiam). American (born Scotland), b. 1915. Genres: Language/Linguistics, Literary criticism and history. Career: Emeritus Professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1984 (Chairman, Dept. of Celtic Languages and Literatures, 1963-84). Instructor in English, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1943-46; Professor of English, University of Toronto, Ont., 1946-56, and New York University, NYC, 1956-63. Publications: A Chaucer Reader: Selections from the Canterbury Tales, 1952; Highland Settler: A Portrait of the Scottish Gael in Nova Scotia, 1953; The Foundling and the Werwolf: A Literary-Historical Study of Guillaume de Palerne, 1960; (with E. Byrnes) Middle English Literature, 1973; (with M. W. Bloomfield) The Role of the Poet in Early Societies, 1989. Address: 25 Longfellow Rd, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]