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George Stade

Consulting Editorial Director of Barnes and Noble Classics and Editor-in-Chief

Scribner's British Writers Series

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Background Information

Employment History

Consulting Editorial Director

Barnes and Noble Classics


Affiliations

Columbia University

Head of Comparative Literature Department


Web References(23 Total References)


George Stade | Pari Publishing

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George Stade
George Stade George Stade is the author of three novels: Confessions of a Lady-Killer, Sex and Violence: A Love Story, Love is War. He has edited numerous scholarly books, and is Consulting Editorial Director of Barnes and Noble Classics and Editor-in-Chief of Scribner's British Writers Series and the fourteen-volume European Writers Series. He lives in New York City and teaches at Columbia University. George Stade was runner-up in the fiction section of the Grub Street Book Prize, 2007 for his novel Love his War. Literature, Moderns, Monsters, Popsters and Us is a selection from more than one hundred articles, reviews and essays written by George Stade and first published in journals such as Partisan Review, Hudson Review, Paris Review, Harper's, The Nation, The New Republic and The New York Times Book Review.


George Stade | Pari Publishing

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George Stade
George Stade George Stade George Stade is the author of three novels: Confessions of a Lady-Killer, Sex and Violence: A Love Story, Love is War. He has edited numerous scholarly books, and is Consulting Editorial Director of Barnes and Noble Classics and Editor-in-Chief of Scribner's British Writers Series and the fourteen-volume European Writers Series. He lives in New York City and teaches at Columbia University. George Stade was runner-up in the fiction section of the Grub Street Book Prize, 2007 for his novel Love his War. Literature, Moderns, Monsters, Popsters and Us is a selection from more than one hundred articles, reviews and essays written by George Stade and first published in journals such as Partisan Review, Hudson Review, Paris Review, Harper's, The Nation, The New Republic and The New York Times Book Review.


paripublishing.com

George StadeGeorge Stade is the author of three novels: Confessions of a Lady-Killer, Sex and Violence: A Love Story, Love is War.He has edited numerous scholarly books, and is Consulting Editorial Director of Barnes and Noble Classics and Editor-in-Chief of Scribner's British Writers Series and the fourteen-volume European Writers Series.He lives in New York City and teaches at Columbia University. Literature, Moderns, Monsters, Popsters and Us is a selection from more than one hundred articles, reviews and essays written by George Stade and first published in journals such as Partisan Review, Hudson Review, Paris Review, Harper's, The Nation, The New Republic and The New York Times Book Review.Published work by George StadeGeorge Stade


JamesBowman.net | Professors in Trouble

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By George Stade
George Stade likes jazz. In case you don't know that already, Mr. Stade is going to make good and sure you know it by the time you have made your way through "Sex and Violence. It is narrated in the first person by an author-substitute who is, like Mr. Stade, a professor of English at Columbia University. Not too surprisingly, Mr. Stades alter ego, one Wynn O'Leary, is a very cool guy for a prof. He is not only smart, but street-smart. None of this ivory-tower stuff for him. He is also big and tough, an ex-football player, and knows how to handle himself in a fight something that not every Columbia faculty member can say. At the same time he is a sensitive guy, and he loves jazz. Mr. Stade wants us to believe that his paragon of post-chivalry is Dizzy Gillespie, and he devotes a 20-page digression at the climax of the book to persuading us of this. But it is a con. Wynn O'Leary doesn't really want to be like Dizzy Gillespie, nor does George Stade.


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By Yona Zeldis McDonough, Penguin Young Readers Series and an adult book- Narratives of Sojourner Truth with ‘Book of Life’ and ‘A Memorial Chapter’ with an Introduction and Notes by Imani Perry; George Stade, Consulting Editorial Director, Barnes & Noble Classics, New York.


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