from Notes on Contributors
H. M. Daleski|
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
H. M. Daleski (1926-2010), Professor Emeritus of English after teaching for forty years at the Hebrew University, is the author of The Forked Flame: A Study of D. H. Lawrence (1965), Dickens and the Art of Analogy (1970), Joseph Conrad: The Way of Dispossession (1977), The Divided Heroine: A Recurrent Pattern in Six English Novels (1984), Unities: Studies in the English Novel (1985), Thomas Hardy and the Paradoxes of Love (1997), and a great number of scholarly articles, the last published of which are “Narratorial Border Crossings in Major Early-Twentieth-Century English Novels,” Poetics Today 30/2 (2009): 237-55 and “Dickens and the Comic Extraneous,” Connotations 18: 1–3 (2008–2009): 208–14.
Updated January 4, 2010.
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