Hunter, J(ames) Paul
HUNTER, J(ames) Paul
HUNTER, J(ames) Paul. American, b. 1934. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: University of Florida, instructor, 1957-59; Williams College, Williamstown, MA, instructor, 1962-64; University of California, Riverside, assistant professor, 1964-66; Emory University, Atlanta, associate professor, 1966-68, professor of English, 1968-80, chairman of English, 1973-79; University of Rochester, New York, College of Arts and Science, dean, 1981-86; University of Chicago, professor of English, 1987-90, Chester D. Tripp Professor, 1990-96, Barbara E. and Richard J. Franke Professor in the Humanities, 1996-2001, Franke Professor Emeritus, 2001-; University of Virginia, professor of English, 2001-. Publications: The Reluctant Pilgrim, 1966; Norton Introduction to Poetry, 1973, 8th ed., 2001; (co-author) Norton Introduction to Literature, 1973, 8th ed., 1999; Occasional Form, 1975; Before Novels, 1990. EDITOR: Moll Flanders: A Critical Edition, 1970; The Plays of Edward Moore, 1982; (co) Rhetorics of Order/Ordering Rhetorics in English Neoclassical Literature, 1989; Frankenstein: A Norton Critical Edition, 1996. Address: 1218 E Madison Park, Chicago, IL 60615-2963, U.S.A.