Sherry, Norman

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SHERRY, Norman

SHERRY, Norman. British (born Albania), b. 1935. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Lecturer in English, University of Singapore, 1960-66; Lecturer, 1966-68, and Sr. Lecturer in English, 1968-70, University of Liverpool; Professor of English, University of Lancaster, 1970-83; Mitchell Distinguished Professor of Literature, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, 1983-; Fellow, Royal Society of Literature. Publications: Conrad's Eastern World, 1966; Jane Austen, 1966; Charlotte and Emily Bronte, 1969; Conrad's Western World, 1971; Conrad and His World, 1972; The Life of Graham Greene, vol. 1: 1904-1939, 1989, vol. 2: 1939-1955, 1994, vol. 3, forthcoming; The Mystery That Was Graham Greene: An Inaugural Lecture, 1992. EDITOR (ALL BY J. CONRAD): An Outpost of Progress and Heart of Darkness, 1973; The Critical Heritage, 1973; Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard, 1974; A Secret Tale, A Simple Tale, 1974; Lord Jim, 1974; The Nigger of the "Narcissus," Typhoon, Falk and Other Stories, 1975; Conrad: A Commemorative: Papers from the 1974 International Conference on Conrad, 1976; (with C.B. Coy) Youth - A Narrative, Heart of Darkness, The End of Tether, 1990. Address: Trinity University, Department of English, 715 Stadium Dr, San Antonio, TX 78212, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]