Nicolas Tredell

Nicolas Tredell's latest book is Anatomy of Amis, the most comprehensive study so far of the oeuvre of Martin Amis, covering his novels, short stories and nonfiction books. His previous book was a new and expanded edition of Conversations with Critics featuring his interviews with John Barrell, Catherine Belsey, Bernard Bergonzi, Christine Brooke-Rose, David Caute, Brian Cox, Donald Davie, Terry Eagleton, Stephen Heath, Robert Hewison, Philip Hobsbaum, Lisa Jardine, Sir Frank Kermode, Colin MacCabe, Karl Miller, Sir Roger Scruton, C. H. Sisson, George Steiner, Raymond Tallis and Dame Marina Warner.

Other books include Uncancelled Challenge: The Work of Raymond Williams (1990); The Critical Decade: Culture in Crisis (1993); Caute's Confrontations: The Novels of David Caute (1994); Fighting Fictions: The Novels of B. S. Johnson (2000; 2nd edn, 2010); Cinemas of the Mind: A Critical History of Film Theory (2002); The Great Gatsby: A Continuum Reader's Guide (2007); Analysing Texts: The Great Gatsby and Tender is the Night (2011); C. P. Snow: The Dynamics of Hope (2012); Analysing Texts: David Copperfield and Great Expectations (2013); and Novels to Some Purpose: The Fiction of Colin Wilson (2015).

Since 1999, he has been Consultant Editor of the Palgrave Macmillan Essential Criticism Guides series, which now numbers 88 volumes, eight of which he has himself produced: The Great Gatsby (1997); Great Expectations (1998); Heart of Darkness (1998); The Sound and the Fury/As I Lay Dying (1999); The Fiction of Martin Amis (2000); Macbeth (2006); A Midsummer Night's Dream (2010); and Shakespeare - The Tragedies (2014).

He has also published over 380 essays, articles, interviews, introductions and obituaries in English and American books, journals and newspapers.

Nicolas was contributing editor of PN Review from 1983-9 and is currently on the editorial board of the peer reviewed open access Literary London Journal. He was a judge of the 1994 Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for Poetry and of the 2016 English and Media Centre Close Reading Competition.

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