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Clifford Marks

Associate Professor for the Department of English
Ph.D., State University of New York-Buffalo
M.A., State University of New York-Buffalo
A.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Hoyt Hall 332


Published Works:

Clifford Marks. "Reading Inscrutability and Incoherence in the Hebrew Bible: A Literary Look at Moses and the Levite's Concubine." CEA Critic Spring/Summer 1997 (14 pages).

Clifford Marks. "Repetition, Integration, and Resolution: The Child's Story and Maus." Readerly/Writerly Texts Fall/Winter 1998 (20 pages).

Clifford Marks. "Fragments and Fragility: Permeable Foundations in ‘The Triumph of Life.'" European Romantic Review Fall 1999 (26 pages).

Clifford Marks and Robert Torry. "‘Herr Direktor': Biography and Autobiography in Schindler's List." Biography Winter 2000 (32 ms. pages).

Clifford Marks. "George Eliot's Pictured Bible: Adam Bede's Redeeming Methodism." Christianity and Literature Spring 2000 (31 ms. pages).

Clifford Marks. "Middlemarch, Obligation, and Dorothea's Duplicity." Rocky Mountain Review. Fall 2000 (20 pages).

Clifford Marks. "Daniel Deronda: Community, Spirituality, and Minor Literature." Partisan Review Summer 2001 (17 pages).

Clifford Marks. "Maus and Bitburg." Midwest Quarterly (Forthcoming).

Interests & Hobbies:

Baseball, softball, exercise, hiking, travel, politics, history, reading.

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I do research on British Romanticism, Victorian Poetry, the Holocaust, the Bible as literature, and Comic art. I am interested in the relationship between literature and ethics, cognitive reception and production of art, and the question of the spiritual. I'm also interested in how nature helps shape literature.

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