Interlogue: Studies in Singapore Literature, Vol. 5: Robert Yeo
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edited by George Watt
In this volume, George Watt analyses the works of Robert Yeo, a major voice in the articulation of Singaporean literature - something much needed but curiously avoided by many. Yeo's writings encompass a broad canvas, as he has written some interesting and significant poetry, drama and fiction.
Watt has done a superb job on presenting the subject, who is both a living author and a friend. Such a task requires both the author and the subject to be generous and gracious.
About the Editor
George Watt is an Associate Professor in the English Department at the University of Macau. and a visiting Research Fellow at the Australian National University. His Australian postgraduate study included degree courses at Flinders University, the University of Adelaide and the University of New England. He has taught in Australia, USA and Japan and held a number of visiting fellowships in USA, Singapore and Australia.
Watt’s areas of research include literature English in Singapore and Malaysia since independence, the nineteenth-century novel, and the twentieth-century fiction of Patrick White in Australia and Yukio Mishima in Japan.