Hugh Haughton

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Hugh Haughton is an academic, author, editor and specialist in Irish literature and the literature of nonsense.

Born in Cork in the Republic of Ireland and educated at Leighton Park School and then Cambridge and Oxford, Hugh Haughton is a Professor at the University of York.[1]

Hugh Haughton's research interests lie in twentieth-century Irish literature, modern poetry and poetics in the United Kingdom, United States and Ireland; psychoanalysis and literature; and the literature of nonsense.

He has written widely and his publications include Penguin's Centenary edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and the Chatto Book of Nonsense, an anthology of Nonsense Poetry.

Publications

Hugh Haughton's books include:

References

  1. ^ http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/engl/staff/academic/haughton.htm
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