James, (William) Louis (Gabriel)
JAMES, (William) Louis (Gabriel)
JAMES, (William) Louis (Gabriel). British, b. 1933. Genres: History, Literary criticism and history. Career: Professor in English and American Studies, University of Kent, Canterbury, since 1966. Associate Ed. Victorian Periodicals Review. Member of faculty, University of Hull, 1958-63, and University of the West Indies, 1963-66. Publications: Fiction for the Working Man, 1830-50, 1963; (ed.) The Islands in Between, 1968; (ed.) Print and the People 1815-1851, 1976; Jean Rhys, 1979; (ed.) Performance and Politics in Popular Theatre, 1980; Caribbean Literature in English, 1999. Address: Rutherford College, The University, Canterbury, Kent, England.