GÖRLACH, Manfred. German, b. 1937. Genres: Mythology/Folklore, Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: University of Heidelberg, Germany, lecturer in English, 1967-84; University of Cologne, Germany, professor of English language and medieval studies, 1984-. Publications: The South English Legendary, Gilte Legende and Golden Legend, 1972; The Textual Tradition of the South English Legendary, 1974; Englishes, 1991; Introduction to Early Modern English, 1991; Mac ond Mauris in Old English Rhymed an Alliterative Verse, 1992; (with B. Glauser and E.W. Schneider) A New Bibliography of Writings on Varieties of English, 1984-1992/93, 1993; More Englishes, 1995; A Linguistic History of English, 1997; Even More Englishes, 1998; An Annotated Bibliography of 19th-Century Grammars of English, 1998; English in Nineteenth-Century England, 1999. EDITOR: (with R.W. Bailey) English as a World Language, 1982; Focus on Scotland, 1985; Max and Moritz in English Dialects and Creoles, 1986; (with J. Holm) Focus on the Caribbean, 1987. Also writes in German. Address: English Seminar, University of Cologne, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, D-50923 Cologne (Koln), Germany.