Tim Lustig took his first degree at York. His PhD in Cambridge was supervised by Tony Tanner. Tim is the author of Henry James and the Ghostly (1994) and Knight Prisoner: Thomas Malory Then and Now (2013). He edited the World's Classics edition of 'The Turn of the Screw' and has more recently edited a collection of essays with James Peacock, Diseases and Disorders in Contemporary Fiction: The Syndrome Syndrome (2013). Tim's most recent publication (2019) is a critical edition of The Sacred Fount, which forms part of Cambridge University Press' The Complete Fiction of Henry James.
Tim conducts research on British and American children's writing, c.1850-1950.
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