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Gabler, Hans Walter

GABLER, Hans Walter

GABLER, Hans Walter. German, b. 1938. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Munich, Munich, Germany, Shakespeare librarian, 1965-68, assistant professor, 1970-81, professor of English, 1981-; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, visiting professor, 1975. Publications: Zur Funktion Dramatischer und Literarischer Parodie im Elisabethanischen Drama: Beitraege zur Interpretation Ausgewaehlter Dramen aus dem Werk Lylys, Marlowes und Greenes und dem Fruehwerk Shakespeares, 1966; Geschmack und Gesellschaft: Rhetorische und Sozialgeschichtliche Aspekte der Fruehaufklaererischen Geschmackskategorie, 1982. EDITOR: (author of intro and English index) English Renaissance Studies in German, 1971; (with W. Hettche and author of preface) J. Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1977; (with W. Hettche; and author of preface) J. Joyce, Dubliners: A Facsimile of Drafts and Manuscripts, 1978; (with W. Steppe and C. Melchior) J. Joyce, Ulysses, 1984;(with W. Steppe) A Handlist to James Joyce's Ulysses: A Complete Alphabetical Index to the Critical Reading Text, 1985; (with W. Steppe and C. Melchior) J. Joyce, Ulysses: The Corrected Text, 1986; (with G. Bornstein and G. Borland Pierce) Contemporary German Editorial Theory, 1995. Address: University of Munich, Department of English, Schellingstrasse 3, D-80799 Munich, Germany. Online address: [email protected]

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