Fone, Byrne Reginald Spencer
FONE, Byrne Reginald Spencer
FONE, Byrne Reginald Spencer. American, b. 1936. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: New York University, assistant (English), 1960-1963; Queens College, New York, lecturer, 1963-1964; New York University, instructor, 1964-1965; City College of New York, 1965-1968, assistant professor, 1968-. Publications: (with G. Marcelle) Boswell's Life of Johnson, and Other Works, 1966; (with Marcelle) Melville's Moby Dick and Other Works, 1966; (ed.) C. Cibber, An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, with an Historical View of the State During His Own Time, 1968; Colley Cibber's Love's Last Shift, 1968; Love's Last Shift and Sentimental Comedy, 1969; The Augustan Translators, 1974; History of English Literature, 1974; (ed.) Hidden Heritage, History and the Gay Imagination: An Anthology, 1981; Masculine Landscapes: Walt Whitman and the Homoerotic Text, Southern 1992; A Road to Stonewall: Male Homosexuality and Homophobia in English and American Literature, 1750-1969, 1994. Address: City College of New York, Department of English, Convent Ave. at 138th St., New York, NY 10031, U.S.A.
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