Page, Norman

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PAGE, Norman

PAGE, Norman. British, b. 1930. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Biography. Career: Ripon College, head of English dept., 1960-69; University of Alberta, Edmonton, assistant professor to professor, 1969-85; University of Nottingham, professor of modern English literature, 1985-93, emeritus professor, 1993-. General ed., Macmillan Modern Novelists, Macmillan Author Chronologies series, Macmillian Writers in Their Time Series. Thomas Hardy Society, vice-president. Publications: The Language of Jane Austen, 1972; Speech in the English Novel, 1973; Thomas Hardy, 1977; E.M. Forster's Posthumous Fiction, 1977; A.E. Housman: A Critical Biography, 1983; A Dickens Companion, 1984; A Kipling Companion, 1984; A Conrad Companion, 1986; E.M. Forster, 1987; A Dickens Chronology, 1988; A Byron Chronology, 1988; Muriel Spark, 1990; The Thirties in Britain, 1990; Tennyson: An Illustrated Biography, 1992; Auden and Isher- wood: The Berlin Years, 1998; Oxford Reader's Companion to Hardy, 2000. EDITOR: Wilkie Collins: The Critical Heritage, 1974; Hardy's Jude the Obscure, 1978; Thomas Hardy: The Writer and His Background, 1980; D.H. Lawrence: Interviews and Recollections, 1981; Nabokov: The Critical Heritage, 1982; A Thomas Hardy Annual, 5 vols., 1982-87; Tennyson: Interviews and Recollections, 1983; Henry James: Interviews and Recollections, 1984; The Language of Literature, 1984; William Golding: Novels 1954-67, 1985; Byron: Interviews and Recollections, 1985; Dr. Johnson: Interviews and Recollections, 1987. Address: 23 Braunston Road, Oakham, Rutland LE15 6LD, England.