Gillespie, Gerald (Ernest Paul)

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GILLESPIE, Gerald (Ernest Paul)

GILLESPIE, Gerald (Ernest Paul). American, b. 1933. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: University of Southern California, assistant professor of German and comparative literature, 1961-65; State University of New York at Binghamton, associate professor and professor of German and comparative literature, 1965-74; Stanford University, CA, professor of German studies and comparative literature, 1974-99, emeritus professor, 1999-. International Comparative Literature Association, secretary, vice president, president, 1979-88, 1994-97. Publications: Daniel Casper von Lohenstein's Historical Tragedies, 1965; College Level German Grammar, 1966; German Baroque Poetry, 1971; Ouzhou Xiaoshuo De Yanhua, 1987; Garden and Labyrinth of Time: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Literature, 1988; Proust, Mann, Joyce in the Modernist Context, 2003. EDITOR: (and trans.) Die Nachtwachen des Bonaventura, 1972; (and trans.) L. Tieck, Der gestiefelte Kater, 1974; (and trans. with A. Zahareas) R.M. del Valle-Inclan, Luces de Bohemia, 1976; (with E. Lohner) Herkommen und Erneuerung: Essays fur Oskar Seidlin, 1976; (with G. Spellerberg) Studien zum Werk D.C. von Lohenstein, 1983; Litterature comparee/litterature mondiale, 1990; German Theater before 1750, 1994; Romantic Drama, 1995; Visions in History, 1995; (with A. Lorant) Powers of Narration, 1995; (with R.A. Prier) Narrative Ironies, 1997; (with R.G. Cohn) Mallarme in the Twentieth Century, 1998. Address: Bldg. 260 Rm 205, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2030, U.S.A.

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