Jones, (Henry) John (Franklin)
JONES, (Henry) John (Franklin)
JONES, (Henry) John (Franklin). British (born Burma), b. 1924. Genres: Novels, Literary criticism and history. Career: Fellow and Tutor in Jurisprudence, 1949-62, and Fellow and Tutor in English Literature, from 1962, Merton College, Oxford; Professor of Poetry, Oxford University, 1979-84. Football Correspondent, The Observer, London, 1956-59. Publications: The Egotistical Sublime, 1954; On Aristotle and Greek Tragedy, 1962; (ed.) The Study of Good Letters, by H. W. Garrod, 1963; John Keats's Dream of Truth, 1969; The Same God, 1971; Dostoevsky, 1983, 1985; Shakespeare at Work, 1995. Address: Garden Flat, 41 Buckland Crescent, London NW3 5DJ, England.