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Reeve, F(ranklin) D(olier)

REEVE, F(ranklin) D(olier)

REEVE, F(ranklin) D(olier). American, b. 1928. Genres: Novels, Novellas/ Short stories, Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, associate professor and chairman of the Russian Dept., 1962-64, professor of Russian 1964-66, adjunct professor, 1969-88, professor of letters, 1988-2002, professor of letters emeritus, 2002-. Visiting professor at universities worldwide. Taught at Columbia University, NYC, 1952-61. Board of directors: Secretary Poets House, 1985-98, and New England Poetry Club; consultant, Vermont Center for the Arts; editor, Poetry Review, 1982-84; trustee, Pettee Memorial Library, 200-1; member advisory board, Marlboro Review, 2001-. Publications: EDITOR & TRANSLATOR: Five Short Novels of Turgenev, 1961; An Anthology of Russian Plays, 2 vols., 1961, 1963; Great Soviet Short Stories, 1963; Contemporary Russian Drama, 1968; (with others) A. Voznesensky, An Arrow in the Wall, 1987; B. Arkhmadulina, The Garden: New and Selected Poetry and Prose, 1990; A. Griboyedov, The Trouble with Reason, 1993; A. Borschchagovsky, The King and the Fool, 2001. LITERARY CRITICISM: Aleksandr Blok: Between Image and Idea, 1962; Robert Frost in Russia, 1964; On Some Scientific Concepts in Russian Poetry at the Turn of the Century, 1966; The Russian Novel, 1966; The White Monk: An Essay on Dostoevsky and Melville, 1989. POETRY: In the Silent Stones, 1968; The Blue Cat, 1972; Concrete Music, 1992; The Moon and Other Failures, 1999; A World You Haven't Seen: Selected Poems, 2001; The Urban Stampede, 2002. NOVELS: The Red Machines, 1968; Just Over the Border, 1969; The Brother, 1971; White Colors, 1973. PLAYS: The Three-Sided Cube, 1972; Painted Apples, 1995. OTHER: A Few Rounds of Old Maid (stories), 1995. Address: PO Box 14, Wilmington, VT 05363-0014, U.S.A.

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