Wright, Austin M.
WRIGHT, Austin M.
WRIGHT, Austin M. American, b. 1922. Genres: Novels, Literary criticism and history. Career: Professor Emeritus of English, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1993- (Asst Professor, 1962-66; Assoc Professor, 1966-69; Professor, 1969-93). Instructor of English, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, 1948-50; Lecturer in Humanities, 1953-55, and Asst Professor of English, 1960-62, University of Chicago; Instructor, Wright Jr. College, Chicago, 1955-60. Publications: The American Short Story in the Twenties, 1961; Camden's Eyes, 1969; (co-ed.) The Art of the Short Story, 1969; First Persons, 1973; The Morley Mythology, 1977; The Formal Principle in the Novel, 1982; Recalcitrance, Faulkner, and the Professors, 1990; Tony and Susan, 1993; After Gregory, 1994; Telling Time, 1995; Disciples, 1997. Address: 3454 Lyleburn Place, Cincinnati, OH 45220, U.S.A.