Bill Freedman is Professor emeritus of English literature at the University of Haifa, Israel, and a teaching advisor to the English Department at the Sakhnin College for Teacher Education. He has published books on Lawrence Sterne and Edgar Allan Poe, an oral history of baseball fans and several dozen essays on literary criticism and theory in Novel, Modern Fiction Studies, JAAC, The British Journal of Aesthetics, Studies in English Literature, The Psychoanalytic Review, and elsewhere. He has also published two books of poetry and poetry in a number of literary magazines and journals.
Essays in Partial Answers
Conrad’s “Woman as Truth” Topos : “Supposing Truth Is a Woman -- What Then?”
Volume 8, Number 1, December 2010