Kinney, Arthur F.

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KINNEY, Arthur F.

KINNEY, Arthur F. Also writes as Alan Kent. American, b. 1933. Genres: History, Literary criticism and history. Career: Yale University, New Haven, CT, instructor, 1963-66; University of Massachusetts, Amherst, assistant professor 1966-68, associate professor, 1968-73, professor of English, 1973-86, Thomas W. Copeland Professor of Literary History, 1986-, director of Massachusetts Center of Renaissance Studies, 1998-. Clark University, Worcester, MA, affiliate professor of English, 1971-; New York University, adjunct professor of English, 1991-. English Literary Renaissance, editor, 1971-; Huntington Library Fellow, 1973-74, 1983; Twayne English Author-Renaissance Books, editor, 1973-; Folger Shakespeare Library Fellow, 1974, 1990, 1992; Oxford University, England, Fulbright Fellow, 1977-78; NEH Senior Fellow, 1977-78, 1983-84, 1990, university research fellow, 1983-84; Massachusetts Studies in Early Modern Culture, editor, 1991-. Publications: On Seven Shakespearean Tragedies, 1968; On Seven Shakespearean Comedies, 1969; Titled Elizabethans, 1973; Rogues, Vagabonds, and Sturdy Beggars, 1973, 2nd ed., 1998; Elizabethan Backgrounds, 1974; Faulkner's Narrative Poetics, 1978; Dorothy Parker, 1978; Rhetoric and Poetic in Thomas More's Utopia, 1979; The Compson Family, 1982; Nicholas Hilliard's Art of Lymning, 1983; Flannery O'Connor's Library, 1985; The Sartoris Family, 1985; Humanist Poetics, 1986; Essential Articles for the Study of Sir Philip Sidney, 1986; John Skelton: Priest as Poet, 1987; Continental Humanist Poetics, 1989; The Coast of Illyria by Dorothy Parker and Ross Evans, 1990; The McCaslin Family, 1990; The Birds and Beasts of Shakespeare, 1990; Go Down, Moses: The Miscegenation of Time, 1996; The Sutpen Family, 1996; Dorothy Parker Revisited, 1997; Renaissance Drama, 1999; Lies Like Truth, 2001. EDITOR: H.R. Mythomystes, 1972; Markets of Bawdrie, 1974; Sir Philip Sidney in Retrospect, 1986; Sir Philip Sidney's Achievement, 1990; Approaches to Teaching Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury, 1996; Classical, Renaissance, and Postmodernist Acts of the Imagination, 1996; Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1500-1600, 2000; Hamlet: New Critical Essays, 2001. CO-EDITOR: Bear, Man, and God, 1964; Symposium, 1969; Symposium on Love, 1970; 1576: Sir Philip Sidney and the Making of a Legend, 1986; Renaissance Historicism, 1988; Women in the Renaissance, 1990; Shakespeare: Text and Performance, 1999. Address: 25 Hunter Hill Dr, Amherst, MA 01002, U.S.A.