Department of English

University of Toronto

Levene, Mark

Mark Levene
Professor of English; Graduate Faculty; Undergraduate Instructor (UTM)
Office Location: Jackman Humanities Building, Room 904
Mailing Address: Jackman Humanities Building
Office Hours and/or Leave Status: TBA

Teaching and Research Interests
Twentieth Century British and Irish; American; Canadian; Short Story; Travel and Nature Literature.

B.A. (Manitoba), M.A., Ph.D. (Toronto)


"Tall Cows and Tapestries: A Perspective on the Canadian Canon," (forthcoming, UTQ); review in Letters in Canada, UTQ;

Advisory Editor, The Art of Short Fiction edited by Gary Geddes (1993),

"Introduction: The Novels of Robert Stone," in Robert Stone, A Bibliography 1960-1992 (1992);

"Letters in Canada (fiction)," UTQ (1984-1988);

Arthur Koestler (1984), book reviews.

Current Research
Book in progress on the works of Robert Stone; Short Story Theory; Canadian Nature Literature and anthology of short fiction on "madness, murder, and other extreme states"; special issue of UTQ, with Michel Lord, on the state of the Canadian short story.

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