KAYE, Barrington. Also writes as Henry Cooper, Tom Kaye. British, b. 1924. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Education, Sociology. Career: Professor of Education, University of the S. Pacific, Fiji, since 1983 (Reader, 1980-83). Lecturer in Education, 1951-54, and Social Research Fellow, 1955-56, University of Malaya; Sr. Lecturer in Education, University of the Gold Coast (now University of Ghana), 1956-62; Head, Dept. of Education, Redland College, Bristol, 1962-72; Chief Technical Adviser, Unesco, Paris, 1972-75; Head, Dept. of Education Studies, Bristol Polytechnic, 1975-80. Publications: The Song of my Beloved and Other Poems, 1951; (as Tom Kaye) It Had Been a Mild, Delicate Night (novel), 1957; (as Tom Kaye) Natten Hade Varit Mild Och Om (novel), 1959; Bugis Street Blues (poetry), 1960; (as Tom Kaye) Une Nuit, Douce, Fragile… (novel), 1960; The Development of the Architectural Profession in Britain, 1960; Upper Nankin Street, Singapore, 1960; (as Tom Kaye) David, From Where He Was Lying (novel), 1962; Bringing Up Children in Ghana, 1962; (as Tom Kaye) Dar David lag (novel), 1962; (with I. Rogers) Group Work in Secondary Schools, 1968; Participation in Learning, 1970; Tom Kaye's Love Poems, 1983; (as Henry Cooper) Upcountry (novel), 1985; Tom Kaye's Other Love Poems, 1988; (as Tom Kaye) How I Write My Novels, chapter in After Narrative (ed. Subramani), 1990. Address: PO Box 4267, Samabula, Fiji.