Buford Jones

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Associate Professor Emeritus of English

Campus Box: 
90015

Buford Jones is the bibliographer for the Hawthorne Society and supplements annually his basic checklist of Hawthorne scholarship. He has also published articles on Melville, Thoreau, and Poe as well as special studies of Hawthorne. He is currently completing The Great Romances: Hawthorne's Reputation in the Nineteenth Century.

Education

  • Ph.D. 1962, Harvard University
  • M.A. 1954, Harvard University
  • B.A. 1953, Earlham College
  • A.B. , Earlham College
  • A.M. , Harvard University

Jones, B. "William S. Robinson on Griswold, Poe’s ’Literary Executioner’." Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism 28 (June 1995): 7-8.

Jones, B. "What the Permanent Inspector Thought of His Portrait." Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 16 (1990): 16-17.

Jones, B. "Models for the Pyncheon Mansion." Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 15 (1989): 13-14.

LJUNGQUIST, K, and JONES, B. "THE IDENTITY OF OUTIS, A FURTHER CHAPTER IN THE POE-LONGFELLOW WAR." AMERICAN LITERATURE 60.3 (October 1988): 402-415. Full Text

Jones, B. "Decies Repetita Placebit: The Critical Reception of Twice-Told Tales, 1837-1842." Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 14 (1988): 1-6.

Jones, B. "Review of Rita K. Gollin’s Portraits of Nathaniel Hawthorne: An Iconography." American Literature 57 (May 1985): 334-35.

Jones, B. "Review of Alfred Rosa’s Salem, Transcendentalism, and Hawthorne." American Literature 57 (May 1985): 360-360.

Jones, B. "The Manuscript of the Blithedale Romance." Hawthorne Society Newsletter 11 (1985): 12-13.

Jones, B. "Chiefly About Political Matters: Washington City and the Campaign Biographies of 1852." Abstract of paper read at the Library of Congress on 28 December 1984, Hawthorne Society Newsletter 11 (1985): 22-22.

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