Janice Rossen received a PhD from the University of Minnesota, and has taught at Chapman University in Orange, California, and at the University of Texas at Austin. Her publications include The World of Barbara Pym, Philip Larkin: His Life's Work, The University in Modern Fiction: When Power is Academic, and Women Writing Modern Fiction: A Passion for Ideas. She has co-edited a collection of essays on 1930s novelists, in addition to Aging and Gender: Studies in Creativity. She now lives in the Netherlands, and her current project is a study of "epiphanies" in literature.
Essays in Partial Answers
Social Dimensions in the Novels of Barbara Pym, 1949--1963: The Writer as a Hidden Observer, by Orna Raz
Volume 6, Number 2, May 2008
Modern Utopian Fictions: From H. G. Wells to Iris Murdoch, by Peter Edgerly Firchow
Volume 7, Number 1 , January 2009