Foulkes, (Albert) Peter

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FOULKES, (Albert) Peter

FOULKES, (Albert) Peter. British, b. 1936. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Travel/Exploration. Career: Assistant Professor of German, University of Mississippi, University, 1961-63, and University of Illinois, Urbana, 1963-65; Assistant Professor, 1965-67, Associate Professor, 1967-72, and Professor of German Studies, 1972-77, Stanford University, California; Alexander von Humboldt Sr. Research Fellow, University of Constance, 1972-74; Professor of German, University of Wales, Cardiff, 1977-90; Vice President, Institute of Linguists, London, 1990-99. Publications: The Reluctant Pessimist: A Study of Franz Kafka, 1967; The Search for Literary Meaning, 1976; Literature and Propaganda, 1983. EDITOR: (with E. Lohner) Deutsche Novellen von Tieck bis Hauptmann. 1969; (with Lohner) Das deutsche Drama von Kleist bis Hauptmann, 1973; The Uses of Criticism, 1977; Die Judenbuche, 1989; Tales from French Catalonia, 2001. Address: Clara, 66500 Prades, France.

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