White, Ray Lewis
WHITE, Ray Lewis
WHITE, Ray Lewis. American, b. 1941. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Biography, Essays, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Distinguished Professor of English, Illinois State University, Normal, since 1973 (Assistant Professor, 1968-70, Associate Professor, 1970-73). Instructor, North Carolina State University, 1965-68. Publications: (ed.) Achievement of Sherwood Anderson, 1966; (ed.) Return to Winesburg, 1967; Gore Vidal, 1968; (ed.) A Story Teller's Story, 1968; (ed.) Sherwood Anderson's Memoirs, 1969; (ed.) Tar: A Midwest Childhood, 1969; (ed.) Checklist of Sherwood Anderson, 1969; (ed.) Studies in Winesburg, Ohio, 1971; (ed.) Marching Men, 1972; (ed.) Sherwood Anderson/Gertrude Stein, 1972; Sherwood Anderson: A Reference Guide, 1977; Heinrich Boll in America, 1979; Par Lagerkvist in America, 1979; Gunter Grass in America, 1981; R. K. Narayan: The American Reception, 1983; Gertrude Stein/Alice B. Toklas, 1984; Arnold Zweig in the US, 1986; Index to Best American Short Stories and O. Henry Prize Stories, 1988; (ed.) Sherwood Anderson: Early Writings, 1989; Wines- burg, Ohio: An Exploration, 1990; (ed.) Sherwood Anderson's Secret Love Letters, 1991; (ed.) Winesburg, Ohio: A Norton Critical Edition, 1996. Address: 4240 Dept. of English, Illinois State University, Normal, IL 61790, U.S.A.