Eaton, Trevor (Michael William)
EATON, Trevor (Michael William)
EATON, Trevor (Michael William). British, b. 1934. Genres: Language/Linguistics, Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Erlangen, Germany, Lecturer in English, 1958-60; University of New South Wales, Newcastle, Lecturer in English Language, 1961-65; Norton Knatchbull School, Teacher, 1965-87, Head of the Philosophy Dept., 1974-87; Linguistics Association of Great Britain, Linguistics and Literature Section, Section Convener, 1972-76; Journal of Literary Semantics, Founder and Editor, 1972-2002; Professional Performer of Chaucer's works as The Chaucer Man, 1988-; Founder, International Association of Literary Semantics, 1992-. Has recorded Chaucer's works for Pearl Records, 1986-; Double CD Recording of Beowulf in Anglo-Saxon for Pearl Records, 1996. Publications: The Semantics of Literature, 1966; The Foundations of Literary Semantics, 1970; Theoretical Semics, 1972; (ed.) I.A. Richards, Poetries: Their Media and Ends, 1974; (ed.) Essays in Literary Semantics, 1978. Address: Honeywood Cottage, 35 Seaton Ave, Hythe, Kent CT21 5HH, England.