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Paul Luzon Wiley, American educator. Served with Army of the United States, 1943. International Exchange student, 1936-1937; Member Modern Language Association, Wisconsin Academy Arts and Sciences, International Association University Professors English, University of Wisconsin Tennis Association Beta Kappa.

Background

Wiley, Paul Luzon was born on July 13, 1914 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Mont McDonald and Leah Rachel (Sully) Wiley.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Pomona College, 1935. Master of Arts, Claremont College, 1936. Postgraduate U. Bonn (Germany), 1936-1937.

Doctor of Philosophy., Stanford, 1941.

Career

Instructor English, University of Wisconsin -Madison, 1942, 45-46. Assistant professor, 1946-1949, professor, 1955-1979. Visiting professor Pomona College, Claremont, California, 1950.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Conrad’s Measure of Man, 1954. Novelist of Three Worlds: Ford Madox Ford, 1962. British Poetry: 1880-1821, 1969.

      Chairman editorial board Contemporary Literature, 1965-1979. Reviewer Boston Herald Traveler, 1968-1979.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1943. International Exchange student, 1936-1937. Member Modern Language Association, Wisconsin Academy Arts and Sciences, International Association University Professors English, University of Wisconsin Tennis Association Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Jean Pruett Giffen, October 9, 1939. Children: John M., Cynthia Sarah.

father:
Mont McDonald Wiley

mother:
Leah Rachel (Sully) Wiley

spouse:
Jean Pruett Giffen

children:
John M. Wiley

Cynthia Sarah Wiley