BiographyI began teaching as a TA at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, while completing a Master of Fine Arts in Writing in 1980. Since then, I have taught at Beijing Normal University, Glasgow University, and the University of Florence.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
My teaching and research interests are gender, sexuality, politics, religion, language, Italian literature, postmodernism, modernism, the Victorian novel, and the literature of the two world wars.
Reading fiction, cooking, and Scrabble.
Published: Oct 16, 2015 by The Cambridge Companion to English Novelists
Authors: Dorothea Barrett
The essay explores the represation of religion, sexuality, and politics in the works of Graham Greene.