Indiana University, 1966-1973
Ph.D., Comparative Literature, 1973.
Dissertation: "Toward a Generic Definition of Late Nineteenth Century Farce: Courteline, Feydeau, Pinero, Wilde, Shaw, and Jarry." Ulrich Weisstein, director.
Qualifying exam areas: Literary Theory and Criticism, Drama, Nineteenth Century. Foreign Languages: French, Italian, German.
Minors: English, French.
M.A., Comparative Literature, 1969.
M.A. Thesis: "The Farcical Mode in Some Typical Works of W.S. Gilbert and Meilhac-Halévy."
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1960-1964.
B.A. with honors, Comparative Literature, 1964.
Senior Thesis: "The Gothic Novel in England and Its Influence in France."
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