Frank Kermode

Sir (John) Frank Kermode was Julian Clarence Levi Professor of English Literature, Emeritus, at Columbia University and a Fellow of King’s College, University of Cambridge. He was instrumental in the 1979 founding of the London Review of Books and was knighted in 1991 for his service to literature.

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Cover: The Uses of ErrorThe Uses of ErrorKermode, FrankHARDCOVER02/01/1991$69.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The Literary Guide to the BibleThe Literary Guide to the BibleAlter, Robert
Kermode, Frank
PAPERBACK09/01/1990$36.50
Cover: An Appetite for PoetryAn Appetite for PoetryKermode, FrankHARDCOVER09/09/1989$56.00
Cover: The Art of Telling: Essays on FictionThe Art of Telling: Essays on FictionKermode, FrankPAPERBACK01/01/1985$32.00
Cover: The Classic: Literary Images of Permanence and ChangeThe Classic: Literary Images of Permanence and ChangeKermode, FrankPAPERBACK01/01/1983$31.00
Cover: The Genesis of Secrecy: On the Interpretation of NarrativeThe Genesis of Secrecy: On the Interpretation of NarrativeKermode, FrankPAPERBACK10/15/1980$33.00
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