Shattuck, Roger

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SHATTUCK, Roger

SHATTUCK, Roger. American, b. 1923. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: University Professor and Professor of Modern Language, Boston Univ, 1988-97, now emeritus. Assistant Professor, and Professor of French and English, University of Texas, Austin, 1956-71; Chairman, Advisory Board, National Trans. Center, 1965-69; Commonwealth Professor of French, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1974-88. Publications: The Banquet Years, 1958; Proust's Binoculars, 1963; Half Tame, 1964; (trans. with F. Brown) Occasions, by Paul Valery, 1971; Marcel Proust, 1974 (National Book Award); The Forbidden Experiment, 1980; The Innocent Eye, 1984; Forbidden Knowledge, 1996; Candor and Perversion, 1999; Proust's Way, 2000. EDITOR: (and trans.) Selected Writings of Guillaume Apollinaire, 1950; (and trans.) R. Daumal, Mount Analogue, 1959; (with W. Arrowsmith) The Craft and Context of Translation, 1961; (with S.W. Taylor) Selected Works of Alfred Jarry, 1964; (with D. Herrmann) H. Keller, The Story of My Life, 2003. Address: 231 Forge Hill Rd, Lincoln, VT 05443, U.S.A.