Now a professor of comparative literature at the University of Oslo, Norway, I worked for several years at The Norwegian University Press

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Man of Letters as Hero

In 1840, Thomas Carlyle defined the man of letters as his surpreme hero. The reason why and how his status later developed is the subject of this paper.

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Article: Electronic

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Before and After a Poet's Suicide: The Reception of Sylvia Plath

How and to what did Sylvia Plath's critics react before the knowledge of her tragic death became public and her name was associated with "A Glamour of Fatality"?

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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Recognition and Authenticity in Life Writing

Using real people in literary works involves a number of ethical questions discussed in this paper applying moral philosophy.

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Published online: September 21, 2015

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