Michael Boyden reflects on the stubborn and idiosyncratic fiction of Harry Mathews and introduces a new ebr gathering of work on and by Mathews.
Author: Michael Boyden
Michael Boyden is a visiting scholar at the Harvard University English Department. He received his PhD in April 2006 from the University of Leuven with a dissertation entitled "Predicting the Past: The Functions of American Literary History." His current research focuses on issues of language and multilingualism in American and Canadian literary histories. He is editor-in-chief of the Review of International American Studies.