Tydeman, William (Marcus)
TYDEMAN, William (Marcus)
TYDEMAN, William (Marcus). British, b. 1935. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Theatre. Career: University of Wales, Asst Lecturer, 1961-64, Lecturer, 1964-70, Sr. Lecturer, 1970-83, Reader, 1983-86, Professor of English, 1986-97, Head of School of English and Linguistics, 1989-92, Emeritus Professor, 1997-. Publications: (ed.) English Poetry 1400-1580, 1970; (ed. with M.J. Heath) Six Christmas Plays, 1971; (ed. with A.R. Jones) Wordsworth: Lyrical Ballads (casebook), 1972; (ed with A.R. Jones) Coleridge: The Ancient Mariner and Other Poems (casebook), 1973; The Theatre in the Middle Ages: Western European Stage Conditions c.800-1576, 1978; (ed. with A.R. Jones) Joseph Hucks: A Pedestrian Tour Through Wales, 1979; (ed) Plays, by Tom Robertson, 1982; (ed.) Wilde: Comedies (casebook), 1982; (ed.) Four Tudor Comedies, 1984; Dr. Faustus: Text and Performance, 1984; English Medieval Theatre 1400-1500, 1986; (ed.) The Welsh Connection, 1986; Henry V, 1987, Murder in the Cathedral, The Cocktail Party: Text and Performance, 1988; (with V. Thomas) The State of the Art: Christopher Marlowe, 1989; (ed.) Two Tudor Tragedies, 1992; (ed. with V. Thomas) Christopher Marlowe: The Plays and Their Sources, 1994; The Bancrofts at the Prince of Wales's Theatre, 1996; (with S.T. Price) Oscar Wilde Salome, 1996; (ed.) The Medieval European Stage, 500-1550, 2001. Address: c/o School of English, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, Wales.