John Jones (academic)
Henry John Franklin Jones known as John Jones (May 6, 1924 – February 28, 2016) was an English academic, a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, and Oxford University's 38th Professor of Poetry (1978-1983). Jones wrote books on diverse literary topics including Greek tragedy, Wordsworth, Shakespeare, and penned a novel, The Same God (1972) that have been described as "idiosyncratic" by literary historian and prolific critic Frank Kermode (1920-2010).
- 1954: The Egotistical Sublime: A History of Wordsworth's Imagination
- 1962: On Aristotle and Greek Tragedy
- 1962: Heathcote William Garrod 1878-1960
- 1963: H. W. Garrod's The Study of Good Letters (as editor)
- 1969: John Keats's Dream of Truth
- 1972: The Same God (novel)
- 1983: Dostoevsky
- 1995: Shakespeare at Work
- 1999: Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment
- "John Jones, Oxford don - obituary". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Limited. 18 March 2016. Retrieved 21 March 2016.
- Merton College; Robert Graham; Cochrane Levens (1964). Merton College register, 1900-1964: with notices of some older surviving members. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
- Kermode, Frank, "Improving the Plays" (review of Jones' Shakespeare at Work), London Review of Books 18(5), 7 March 1996, 6-7.
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