Friedeberg-Seeley, Frank (J. B.)

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FRIEDEBERG-SEELEY, Frank (J. B.)

FRIEDEBERG-SEELEY, Frank (J. B.). Also writes as David Barraz. British, b. 1912. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Oxford University, Oxford, England, part-time assistant lecturer, 1935-36; University of London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, London, England, lecturer, 1943-57; University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England, senior lecturer and head of department of Slavonic studies, 1957-67; Columbia University, New York City, visiting professor of Russian literature, 1963-64; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, professor of Russian literature, 1967-71; State University of New York, professor of Russian literature and chairman of department, 1971-76; professor of Comparative Literature, 1972-82; professor of Russian literature, 1979-82, emeritus professor of Russian and comparative literature, 1982-. Publications: (trans. with J. Barnes) Leone Ebreo: The Philosophy of Love, 1937; (with S. Konovalov) Russian Prose Reader: Nineteenth Century Authors, 1945; (with H. Rapp) The Gateway Russian Course, Book 1, 1963, Book 2, 1964; Turgenev: A Reading of His Fiction, 1991; From the Heyday of the Superfluous Man to Chekhov: Collected Papers I 1994. Contributor to Russian studies and literature journals in England, Scotland, Belgium, Italy, and the United States. Address: 404 Watters Crossing Court, Allen, TX 75013, U.S.A.