Reed, T(erence) J(ames)
REED, T(erence) J(ames)
REED, T(erence) J(ames). British, b. 1937. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Taylor Professor of the German Language and Literature and Fellow of the Queen's College, Oxford University, 1988- (Fellow and Tutor, St. John's College, and Lecturer in Modern Languages, 1963-88). Fellow of the British Academy, 1987-. Co-Ed., Oxford German Studies, 1965-; Ed., Oxford Magazine, 1985-. Humboldt Research Prize, 2002. Publications: Thomas Mann: The Uses of Tradition, 1974, rev. ed., 1996; The Classical Centre: Goethe and Weimar 1775-1832, 1980; Goethe, 1984; (trans.) Heine: Deutschland, 1986, 2nd ed., 1997; Schiller, 1991; Thomas Mann's "Death in Venice": Making and Unmaking a Master, 1994; (trans. with D. Cram) Heinrich Heine: Poems, 1997. EDITOR: T. Mann, Der Tod in Venedig, 1971; Goethe, Selected Poems, 1999; (and trans.) Goethe, The Flight to Italy: Diary and Letters 1786-1788, 1999; (and trans. with D. Luke, J. Whaley, and J. Williams), Goethe, Poems, 2000. Address: Queen's College, Oxford, England.