Nichols, John Gordon
NICHOLS, John Gordon
NICHOLS, John Gordon. British, b. 1930. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Principal Lecturer in English, Notre Dame College, Liverpool, 1966- (Sr. Lecturer, 1964-66; Head of English Dept., 1970-80). Head of English Dept., King David School, Liverpool, 1957-62; Lecturer, Edge Hill College of Education, 1962-64. Publications: The Flighty Horse, 1968; (ed. with T. Pey) The Poet's Purpose, 1969; The Poetry of Ben Jonson, 1969; The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney, 1974. TRANSLATOR: The Colloquies of Guido Gozzano with a Selection from His Letters, 1987; G. d'Annunzio, Halcyon, 1988; G. Leopardi, The Canti, with a Selection of His Prose, 1994; Petrarch, Canzoniere, 2000; U. Foscolo, Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis, 2002; J. von Eichendorff, Life of a Good-for- nothing, 2002; Boccaccio, Life of Dante, 2002; G. Leopardi, Thoughts, 2002; Leonardo da Vinci, Prophecies, 2002; Petrarch, My Secret Book, 2002; L. Pirandello, Loveless Love, 2002; G. Casanova, The Duel, 2003; G. Verga, Life in the Country, 2003; Dante, New Life, 2003; G. d'Annunzio, The Book of the Virgins, 2003; I. Svevo, A Perfect Hoax, 2003. Address: 43 Warren Dr, Wallasey, Merseyside, England.