Daniel Gunn is Professor of Comparative Literature and English at
The American University of Paris. He is a novelist, critic, and translator
with interests principally in twentieth-century European literature.
His critical works include Psychoanalysis
and Fiction: an exploration of literary and psychoanalytic borders
(1988) and Wool-gathering
or How I Ended Analysis (2002). His works of fiction include
Almost You (1994) and
Body Language (2002). He is the Director of AUP’s
Center for Writers and Translators and Series Editor of the Center’s
publications (the Cahiers Series). He regularly reviews European
fiction. for The Times Literary Supplement.