Paul Olson

A native of Illinois, the author was a student of Henry Kahane at the University of Illinois and of Raimundo Lida at Harvard University, where he received the doctorate in 1959. After teaching at Dartmouth College from 1956 to 1961, he was appointed Assistant Professor of Spanish at The Johns Hopkins University and subsequently Professor and Chairman of the Department of Romance Languages. His studies include works on medieval Spanish and Itaian literature, linguistics, twentieth century Spanish poetry, and the works of Miguel de Unamuno.

Bibliography from Purdue University Press