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Revard, Carter (Curtis)

REVARD, Carter (Curtis)

REVARD, Carter (Curtis). American, b. 1931. Genres: Poetry, Novellas/ Short stories, Essays, Autobiography/Memoirs, Literary criticism and history.Career: Amherst College, Amherst, MA, instructor, 1956-59, assistant professor of English, 1959-61; Washington University, St. Louis, MO, assistant professor, 1961-66, associate professor, 1966-77, professor of English literature and language, 1977-97, professor emeritus, 1997-. Missouri Academy of Sciences, visiting linguist, 1965-67; System Development Corporation, consultant to lexicography project, 1966-67, associate resident scientist, 1967-68; University of Tulsa, visiting professor of English, 1981; University of Oklahoma, visiting Sutton Professor of Humanities, 1989. Publications: My Right Hand Don't Leave Me No More (poetry), 1970; Ponca War Dancers (poetry), 1980; Cowboys and Indians, Christmas Shopping (poetry), 1992; An Eagle Nation (poetry; vol 24 of the "Sun Tracks" series), 1993; Family Matters/Tribal Affairs (essay, autobiography), 1998; Winning the Dust Bowl (poems, essays, autobiography), 2001. Contributor to poetry collections and journals. Author of short stories. Contributor of essays to books. Author of essays for periodicals. Address: Department of English, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63130, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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