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Harry T. Moore

Harry T. Moore, American author, educator. Decorated Army Commendation medal. Served as major United States Army Air Force, World World War II; Fellow Royal Society Literature; member Modern Language Association, College English Association (nat. vice president 1959-1961, national president 1961), American P.E.N., Society Advancement Management, Sigma Chi.; Club: Cliff Dwellers (Chicago.

Background

  • Moore, Harry T. was born on August 2, 1908 in Oakland, California, United States. Son of Harry T. and Kathryn Winifred (Moore) Moore.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy Chicago, 1934. Master of Arts, Northwestern University, 1942. Doctor of Philosophy., Boston University, 1951.

    Career

    • Instructor English Illinois Institute Technology, 1940-1941, Northwestern University, 1941-1942. Lecturer public relations Air U., 1946-1947. Associate professor Babson College, 1947-1957, department chairman, 1952-1957.

      Professor of English Southern Illinois U., 1957-1960, research professor, 1960-1962, 63-79, research professor emeritus, 1979-1981. Professor of University Colorado, 1962-1963. Guggenheim fellow, 1958, 60, visiting professor various universities.

    Works

    • Author: The Novels of John Steinbeck, 1939, Life and Works of D. H. Lawrence, 1951, The Intelligent Heart, 1955, Poste Restante, 1956, Engineer of Mines Forster, 1965, (with Warren Roberts) D. H. Lawrence and His World, 1965, 20th Century French Literature, 2 vols, 1966, Twentieth Century German Literature, 1967, Age of the Modern, 1971, The Priest of Love, 1974, Henry James and His World, 1974, (with Albert Parry) 20th Century Russian Literature, 1974. Editor: (with Albert Parry) D. H. Lawrence’s Letters to Bertrand Russell, 1948, D. H. Lawrence’s Essays on Sex, Literature and Censorship, 1953, The Achievement of D. H. Lawrence, (with Frederick J. Hoffman), 1953, Lewis Mumford’s The Human Prospect, (with Karl W. Deutsch), 1955, Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke, 1960, A David Herbert Lawrence Miscellany, 1959, Collected Letters of David Herbert Lawrence, 1962, The World of Lawrence Durrell, 1962, Contemporary American Novelists, 1964, Elizabethan Age, 1965, (with Warren Roberts) Phoenix II: Uncollected, Unpublished and other Prose Works by David Herbert Lawrence, 1968, (with Ian S. MacNiven) Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence, 1981, (with Robert S. Partlow) David Herbert Lawrence: The Man Who Lived, 1981, (with Dale B. Montague) Frieda Lawrence and Her Circle, 1981, (with Ian S. MacNiven) The Correspondence of Ezra Pound, 1982. Editor: (with Ian S. MacNiven) Crosscurrents/Modern Critiques, 1962-1980.

      Co-editor (with Ian S. MacNiven), since 1980. Contributor (with Ian S. MacNiven) articles to popular, professional journals. A judge (with Ian S. MacNiven) National Book awards, 1963.

    Membership

    Served as major United States Army Air Force, World World War II. Fellow Royal Society Literature. Member Modern Language Association, College English Association (nat. vice president 1959-1961, national president 1961), American P.E.N., Society Advancement Management, Sigma Chi.

    Club: Cliff Dwellers (Chicago.

    Connections

    • Married Winifred Sheehan, March 21, 1934.; married Beatrice Reynolds Walker, October 12, 1946. Children: Brian, Sharon.
    • father: Harry T. Moore
    • mother: Kathryn Winifred (Moore) Moore
    • spouses: Winifred Sheehan
    • Beatrice Reynolds Walker
    • children: Brian Moore
    • Sharon Moore
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