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Notes on Contributors

David V. Erdman, the editor of the New York Public Library Bulletin, is preparing a critical text of Blake's poetry, and with a team of assistants, is preparing the Cornell Concordance to the poetry and prose of Blake.

Alan Markman, Associate Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh, is chiefly concerned with Old English, Middle English poetry, and Linguistics. He is now engaged in a study of Malory's "Tale of Sir Gareth"; and in collaboration with Professor Barnet Kottler of Purdue University he is completing the computer concordance to the Middle English poems described in his article.

Maurice Kelley and Samuel D. Atkins are respectively Professor of English and Chairman of the Department of Classics at Princeton University. They are presently engaged in editing Milton's marginalia for volume VII of the Complete Prose Works of John Milton now being issued by the Yale University Press.

Robert M. Adams has recently published a book on Joyce with Oxford entitled Surface and Symbol. More recently he has translated, with an introduction, and with woodcuts by H. Peter Kahn, G. B. Gelli's dialogue, Circe, for the Cornell University Press.

Robert Scholes, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Virginia, is preparing a study of Joyce's A Portrait entitled The Workshop of Daedalus for the Northwestern University Press. The Cornell University Press recently published his Cornell Joyce Collection: A Catalogue.

Rollo Silver, Professor of Library Science at Simmons College, is an enthusiastic historian of 18th- and 19th-century American printing.

Hannah D. French is Research Librarian in charge of Special Collections in the Wellesley College Library. She is the author of "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" in Bookbinding in America (1941), and more recently, of "Scottish-American Bookbindings" in The Book Collector, 1957.

Ralph M. Aderman, Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is editing the letters and preparing a biography of James Kirke Paulding.

G. Thomas Tanselle, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, is currently preparing a book on the Mitchell Kennerly imprint.

Matthew J. Bruccoli, Assistant Professor of English at The Ohio State University, received his doctorate from the University of Virginia. He is Bibliographer and Associate Editor of the Ohio State Centenary Edition of Nathaniel Hawthorne. The University of Pittsburgh Press has published his The Composition of "Tender is the Night."


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Curt F. Bühler, a most active scholar in analyzing incunabula, is Keeper of Printed Books in the Pierpont Morgan Library.

Robert Ford Welsh, a graduate student at Duke University, is writing a dissertation dealing with bibliographical aspects of Marlowe's plays.

John Racin, Jr., who received his doctorate from the Ohio State University, is Instructor in English at Miami University, Ohio. He is preparing an edition of Ralegh's Preface to the History and a book on Ralegh's poetry and prose for Twayne Publishers.

Jacob Leed has taught at Pennsylvania State University and Northwestern University. He received his training in bibliography at the University of Chicago. At present he is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

John Weston is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts. He has published articles on Edmund Burke and Robert Burns, and in 1963 the text of Burns's "Jolly Beggars," with textual and editorial notes for the Gehenna Press.

Robert Mortenson, who received his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, is Instructor in English at Southern Illinois University.

Fredson Bowers is Alumni Professor and Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Virginia. The Clarendon Press will publish his Bibliography and Textual Criticism in 1964.

Rudolf Hirsch is the expert on incunabula for the University of Pennsylvania Library.

Howell J. Heaney is Bibliographer in the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia.