Heilbrun, Carolyn G(old)
HEILBRUN, Carolyn G(old)
HEILBRUN, Carolyn G(old). Also writes as Amanda Cross. American, b. 1926. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Literary criticism and history, Women's studies and issues. Career: Columbia University, NYC, instructor, 1960-61, asst professor, 1962-67, professor of English, 1972-93, Avalon Foundation Professor of Humanities, 1986-. Publications: The Garnett Family, 1961; Christopher Isherwood, 1970; Towards a Recognition of Androgyny: Aspects of Male and Female in Literature (in UK as Towards Androgyny), 1973; (ed.) Lady Ottoline's Album, 1976; Reinventing Womanhood, 1979; Writing a Woman's Life, 1988; (ed. with M.R. Higonnet) The Representation of Women in Fiction, 1983; Hamlet's Mother and Other Women, 1990; The Education of a Woman, 1995; The Last Gift of Time, 1997; When Men Were the Only Models We Had, 2002. MYSTERIES AS AMANDA CROSS: In the Last Analysis, 1964; The James Joyce Murder, 1967; Poetic Justice, 1970; The Theban Mysteries, 1971; The Question of Max, 1976; Death in a Tenured Position, 1981; Sweet Death, Kind Death, 1984; No Word from Winifred, 1986; A Trap for Fools, 1989; The Players Come Again, 1990; An Imperfect Spy, 1995; Collected Stories, 1996; The Puzzled Heart, 1998; Honest Doubt, 2000; Edge of Doom, 2002. Died 2003.