Winnifrith, T(homas) J(ohn)

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WINNIFRITH, T(homas) J(ohn)

WINNIFRITH, T(homas) J(ohn). British, b. 1938. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Eton College, asst master, 1961-66;Corpus Christi College, Oxford, E.K. Chambers Student, 1966-68; University of Warwick, Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, lecturer, 1970-77, sr lecturer, 1977-98, Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow, 1999-2000. Publications: The Brontes and Their Background, 1973; The Brontes, 1977; (trans. with J. O'Malley) Streets, by J. Nyiri, 1979; (with E. Chitham) Bronte Facts and Problems, 1984; (with W.V. Whitehead) 1984 and All's Well?, 1984; A New Life of Charlotte Bronte 1987; The Vlachs, 1987; (with E. Chitham) Charlotte and Emily Bronte: A Literary Life, 1989; The Fallen Woman in Nineteenth Century Literature, 1994; Shattered Eagles: Balkan Fragments, 1995; The Sayings of Charlotte Bronte, 1996; Badlands Borderlands, 2002. EDITOR: (with P. Murray) Greece Old and New, 1983; (with P. Murray and K. Gransden) Aspects of the Epic, 1983; The Poems of Branwell Bronte, 1983; The Poems of Charlotte Bronte, 1984; (with E. Chilham) Selected Bronte Poems, 1985; (co-) The Philosophy of Leisure, 1989; (co-) Leisure in Art and Literature, 1992; Perspectives on Albania, 1992. Address: 50 Sheep St, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4AE, England. Online address: [email protected]