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William Donoghue has written a book on the novel, Enlightenment Fiction in England, France and America (Florida 2002), and a second, Mannerist Fiction: Pathologies of Space, from Rabelais to Pynchon (Toronto, 2014) on formalism. He has published articles on literary theory, Ben Jonson, the Marquis de Sade and Thomas Pynchon, along with a translation of French poetry, Lead Blues, by Quebecois poet, Anne-Marie Alonzo. He wrote and co-directed a short film, Amateurs, at the National Film Board of Canada, and his stories have appeared in TriQuarterly, Grain, The New England Review and elsewhere.

Enlightenment book jacket Lead Blues book jacket Mannerist Fiction book jacket

About

Education

B.A., University of Calgary
M.A., McGill University
Ph.D., Stanford University

Publications

Enlightenment Fiction in England, France and America

2002

Mannerist Fiction: Pathologies of Space, from Rabelais to Pynchon

2014