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Wendell Aycock

Twentieth-Century Short Story Explication, New Series.  New Haven, CT.: Shoe String Press. 5 volumes between 1995-2004

 

Wendell Aycock

Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, Lubbock: Texas Tech UP. 6 volumes between 1988-1995.

 

 

Wendell Aycock

“Bibliography.”  Studies in Short Fiction 31 (1994):  535-91.
“Bibliography.”  Studies in Short Fiction 30 (1993):  433-87.

Wendell Aycock

The Teller and the Tale:  Aspects of the Short Story.  Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1982.  152 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Shakespeare’s Art from a Comparative Perspective.  Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1980.  197 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Climate and Literature: Reflections of Environment. Co-Editor with Janet Pérez.  Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No.25.  Lubbock: Texas Tech UP, 1995. 134 pp.

Wendell Aycock

The Literature of Emigration and Exile. Co-Editor with James Whitlark.  Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No. 23.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1992. 186 pp.

Wendell Aycock

The Body and the Text. Co-Editor with Bruce Clarke.  Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No. 22.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1990.  221 pp.

Wendell Aycock

The Spanish Civil War in Literature. Co-Editor with Janet Perez.  Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No. 21.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1990.  178 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Literature and Anthropology. Co-Editor with Philip Dennis.  Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No. 20.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1989.  227 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Film and Literature:  A Comparative Approach to Adaptation. Co-Editor with Michael Schoenecke.   Studies in Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University, No. 19.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1988.  192 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Myths and Realities of Contemporary French Theater. Co-Editor with Patricia Hopkins.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1985. 174 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Calderon de la Barca at the Tercentenary:  Comparative Views. Co-Editor with Sydney Cravens.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1982.  195 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Classical Mythology in 20th-Century Thought and Literature. Co-editor with Theodore M. Klein.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1980.  235 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Ibero-American Letters in a Comparative Perspective. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1978.  190 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Ethnic Literature Since 1776:  The Many Voices of America. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1978.  Two Parts.  641 pp.

 

Wendell Aycock

Albert Camus’ Literary Milieu: Arid Lands. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1976.  205 pp.

Wendell Aycock

Joseph Conrad:  Theory and World Fiction. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1974.  199 pp.

Wendell Aycock

William Faulkner:  Prevailing Verities and World Literature. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1973. 166 pp.

 

Wendell Aycock

Modern American Fiction:  Insights and Foreign Lights. Co-editor with W. T. Zyla.   Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1972.  140 pp.

 

Wendell Aycock

Franz Kafka:  His Place in World Literature. Associate Editor. Proc. of the Comparative Literature Symposium.  Lubbock:  Texas Tech UP, 1971. 174 pp.

Wendell Aycock

A Phonetic Description of the Ukrainian Language, by Ivan Zilyns’kyj.  Trans. and Rev. by Wolodymyr T. Zyla and Wendell M. Aycock.  Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute Monograph Series.  Cambridge:  Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1979.