Pickering, Samuel F(rancis), Jr.
PICKERING, Samuel F(rancis), Jr.
PICKERING, Samuel F(rancis), Jr. American, b. 1941. Genres: Essays, Literary criticism and history. Career: Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville, TN, instructor, 1965-66; Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, assistant professor, 1970-78; University of Western Australia, Crawley, research associate, 1993-94; University of Connecticut, Storrs, professor, 1978-; author and book reviewer. Publications: ESSAY COLLECTIONS: A Continuing Education, 1985; The Right Distance, 1987; May Days, 1988; Still Life, 1990; Let It Ride, 1991; Trespassing, 1994; Walkabout Year: Twelve Months in Australia, 1995; Living to Prowl, 1997; The Blue Caterpillar and Other Essays, 1997; Deprived of Unhappiness, 1998; A Little Fling and Other Essays, 1999; The Last Book, 2001. OTHER: The Moral Tradition in English Fiction, 1785-1850, 1976; John Locke and Children's Books in Eighteenth- Century England, 1981; Moral Instruction and Fiction for Children, 1993. Contributor to magazines and journals. Address: Department of English, Box U-4025, University of Connecticut, 215 Glenbrook Road, Storrs Mans- field, CT 06269, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]