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Assistant Professor of Languages and Literature

Worcester State College


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Denn William Quinn is a professor of literature at Worcester State College in Worcester, Massachusetts.
His specialties include Classical Studies, Shakespeare, and Renaissance English Literature. He is the author of Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene and the Monomyth of Joseph Campbell as well as several works of fiction. Quinn's third novel Ever and Ever has also been published by Xlibris. Sojourn: Gates of Ivory, Gates of Horn * by Denn William Quinn


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About the author: Dennis Quinn is an Assistant Professor of Languages and Literature at Worcester State College in Worcester, Massachusetts.
He earned his PhD at the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Quinn is the author of a book of poems, Mythological Moments, a number of articles on Shakespeare and the Renaissance, and most recently has gathered together material for publication a collection of short fiction.


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