Scholarly activity and teaching should be mutually
supportive. Ongoing research carried out in a spirit of intellectual curiosity makes for
vital university teaching. Teachers who not only know more than they teach but are
continuously learning more than they already know are inspirational to students, for such
teachers have continued to be students themselves. Courses, when carefully prepared and
conscientiously taught, can lead to new insights into familiar material. Inspiration can
originate on either side of the desk.
Articles on Malraux, Bachelard, Beckett, Robbe-Grillet, and others in such journals as Symposium,
The Stanford French Review, Modern Fiction Studies,
The French Review, Twentieth Century Literature, The New Novel Review, and Literature/Film Quarterly.
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