Readership: General readers, psychologists, psychobiographers, literature scholars, and fans of Truman Capote
William Todd Schultz, Professor of Psychology, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
William Todd Schultz, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. Over the past two decades he's written numerous psychobiographical articles and book chapters, on Ludwig Wittgenstein, Diane Arbus, Sylvia Plath, Oscar Wilde, Roald Dahl, James Agee, and Jack Kerouac, among others. He is editor of the Handbook of Psychobiography, published by Oxford University Press in 2005.
Chapter 1 - Consistently Inconsistent Consistency
Chapter 2 - A Snake's Nest of No's
Chapter 3 - Leaving the Boy Behind?
Chapter 4 - The Mind of a Murderer
Chapter 5 - Frying Fancy Fish
Chapter 6 - Preparations for the Scaffold of a Personality Portrait