Anne Margaret Daniel

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Selected Works

F. Scott Fitzgerald. A novel. Redheads.
Rudy Vallee, Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan. Dylan carries the flame for torch singers on his grand new album.
The RSC at the Barbican, London, ends 2013 and begins 2014 radiantly.
Bob Dylan and baseball in Cooperstown, NY
From Literary Imagination (2005).
Oscar Wilde's Salome in French and English
Three early-70s novels of Roth’s reread.
Magazine article
Bob Dylan and "Highway 61 Revisited," 1965
Bob Dylan's songs of innocence and of experience. (Reviewed for ISIS Magazine, September 5, 2012.)
Book chapter
Louis MacNeice, T.S. Eliot, High and low Modernism, and a long friendship


F. Scott Fitzgerald, "I'd Die For You And Other Lost Stories," April 2017
the last complete short stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, edited by me

Olivia Shakespear, "Beauty's Hour"

I'd Die For You and Other Lost Stories
F. Scott Fitzgerald, a collection of his last short stories (April 2017). A book about Fitzgerald. A novel, not about Fitz. And a study of cultural and literary representations of redheads.

In The Waste Land of Your Mind: High Modernism Out on Highway 61
Bob Dylan and "Highway 61 Revisited," 1965, for Montague Street Journal (2010)

David Tennant, Shakespeare, and Richard II
You may my glories and my state depose / But not my griefs; still am I king of those.

Bob Dylan, "Tempest."
(ISIS Magazine, September 2012).

Dylan at Doubleday
Bob Dylan plays a concert at Doubleday Field on Labor Day Weekend, 2006. Life, liberty, the pursuit of baseball and great music.

Arthur Symons and "The Savoy."
Editing THE literary magazine of the fin de siecle.

Lost in Translation: Oscar, Bosie, and Salome
Oscar Wilde's Salome, Alfred Douglas's translation, and the space between.

"Philip Roth, MVP"
In Philip Roth: Critical Studies (Greenwood 2005)

fording the river at Yeats's castle, Ballylee