Jack, Ian (Robert James)
JACK, Ian (Robert James)
JACK, Ian (Robert James). British, b. 1923. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Lecturer, then Fellow, Brasenose College, Oxford, 1950-61; Pembroke College, Cambridge, fellow, 1961-89, emeritus, 1989-; Cambridge University, lecturer in English, 1961-73, reader in English Poetry, 1973-76, professor of English Literature, 1976-89, FBA, 1986, emeritus professor, 1989-. Visiting Professor, University of Alexandria, 1960; de Carle Lecturer, University of Otago, N.Z., 1964; Warton Lecturer, British Academy, 1967; Visiting Professor, University of Chicago, 1968-69, University of California, Berkeley, 1968-69, University of BC, 1975, University of Virginia, 1980-81, Tsuda College, Tokyo, 1981, and New York University, 1989. Publications: Augustan Satire, 1952; English Literature 1815-1832 (Oxford History of English Literature, Vol. 12), 1963; Keats and the Mirror of Art, 1967; Browning's Major Poetry, 1973; (gen. ed.) The Novels of the Brontes; (ed. with H. Marsden) E. Bronte's Wuthering Heights, 1976; (ed.) Oxford English Texts Ed. of Brownings Poetical Works, 5 vols., 1983-; The Poet and His Audience, 1984. Address: Highfield House, High St, Fen Ditton, Cambs. CB5 8ST, England.