BRITISH WRITERS, Supplement III by General Editor & Carol Howard, Associate Editor George Stade
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Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University. Author of Plots and Counterplots: Sexual Politics and the Body Politic in English Literature, 1660-1730 and of numerous articles on Restoration and eighteenth-century literature in English Literary History, Clio, Studies in English Literature, British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Philological Quarterly, and elsewhere. Maria Edgeworth DAVID GALEF. Associate Professor of English, University of Mississippi. Author of The Supporting Cast: A Study of Flat and Minor Characters and Flesh, a novel.
By the end of his career, Barrie was knighted and made chancellor of Edinburgh University, a strange turn for a literary man. It was not that he had written himself out, nor did he need a regular source of income or university benefits. D. degrees from Edinburgh and St. D. from Oxford and Cambridge. He was recognized as a major literary figure on both sides of the Atlantic and had amassed a fortune from his theater successes. He had written plays for Charles Frohman, the American impresario, until Frohman's death on the Lusitania put an end to his theatrical enterprise.