Fleissner, Robert F.
FLEISSNER, Robert F.
FLEISSNER, Robert F. American, b. 1932. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL, instructor in English, speech, and drama, 1958-59; Ohio State University, Columbus, assistant instructor in English, 1960-61; City College of the City University of New York, lecturer in English, 1962-64; Dominican College, Blauvelt, NY, assistant professor of English, 1964-66; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, instructor in English, 1966-67; Central State University, Wilberforce, OH, assistant professor to associate professor of English, 1967-. Publications: Dickens and Shakespeare, 1965; Resolved to Love, 1980; The Prince and the Professor, 1986; Ascending the Prufrockian Stair, 1988; A Rose by Another Name: A Survey of Literary Flora from Shakespeare to Eco, 1989; Shakespeare and the Matter of the Crux, 1991; T.S. Eliot and the Heritage of Africa, 1992; Frost's Road Taken, 1996; Sources, Meaning, and Influences of Coleridge's "Kubla Khan," 2000; Names, Titles & Characters by Literary Writers, 2001; The Master Sleuth on the Trail of "Edwin Drood," 2002. Address: Department of Humanities, Central State University, Wilber-force, OH 45384, U.S.A.