David B Luke

Contact Me

lukex001@umn.edu


Affiliations
Educational Background & Specialties

Educational Background

  • Ph.D.: English, State University of New York--Buffalo, 1974.

Specialties

  • Shakespeare
  • Romantic and Victorian literature
  • gothic novel
  • critical theory
  • old age in film and literature
Courses Taught
  • EngL 5910 - Old Age in Modern Literature and Film
  • EngL 5250 - 19th-Century Literature and Culture: 19th Century English Novel
  • Techniques of Literary Study
  • EngL 3241 - Shakespeare
  • EngL 3007 - Shakespeare
  • Introduction to Modern Poetry
  • Introduction to Modern Fiction
Publications
  • Keats's Notes from Underground 'To J. H. Reynolds': Luke, David, Studies in English Literature, 19 661-72, 1979.
  • `How Is It That You Live, and What Is It You Do?': The Question of Old Age in English Romantic Poetry: Luke, David, Aging and the Elderly: Humanistic Perspectives in Gerontology, Humanities, pp. 221-40, 1978.
  • Keats's Letters: Fragments of an Aesthetic of Fragments: Luke, David, Genre, 11 209-26, 1978.
  • Romanticism and the Morality of Embarrassment: Luke, David, Kritikon Litterarum, 6 212-14, 1977.
  • 'The Eve of Saint Mark': Keats's 'ghostly Queen of Spades' and the Textual Superstition. Luke, David, Author, 1970.
  • Other reviews in Wordsworth Circle.