S. Leonard Rubinstein (slr4@cac.psu.edu

S. Leonard Rubinstein


THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

RUBINSTEIN, S. Leonard

1767 Blue Course Drive
State College, PA 16801
(814) 237-1168
slr4@cac.psu.edu

Date of Birth: 20 May 1922
Place of Birth: Salem, New Jersey

Academic

College: Liberal Arts
Department: English

Instructor, 1952
Assistant Professor, 1955
Associate Professor, 1960
Professor, 1966
Professor Emeritus, 1985

Fields of Specialization

Fiction Writing Rhetoric
Humanities Comparative Literature
 

Education

Name and Address of Institution
Degree/Date
Major/Minor
State University of Iowa M.F.A,/1951 English/Fiction Writing
Rutgers University B.L./1949 Journalism/English
Army Specialized Training Program certificate German Area and Language

Publications

Novels:
The Battle Done New York: William Merrow & Co., 1954, 244pp.
London, England: Arco Publishers, Ltd., 1956
New York: Popular Library, 1956, 175pp.
Reissued 1960
The Grave-Maker's House
with Robert G. Weaver
under pseudonym Rubin Weber
New York: Harper and Row, 1964, 122pp.
New York: Doubleday Mystery Guild, Sept.1964
New York: Avon, 1966
Barcelona, Spain: Editorial Molino, 1966,
Spanish tr. La Casa del Enterrador, 175 pp.
Madeleine
with Pamela West Katkin
under pseudonym Pamela West
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983, 271 pp.
London, England: Severn House Publishers,
Ltd., 1984, 271 pp.
Textbooks:
The Plain Rhetoric
with Robert G. Weaver
Boston: Allyn 6 Bacon, 1964, 207 pp
The Plain Rhetoric, 2nd Edition
with Robert G. Weaver
Boston: Allyn d Bacon, 1968, 248 pp.
Frameworks of Exposition 
with Robert G. Weaver
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965, 150 pp.
The Brief Essay, (anthology)
with Robert G. Weaver
Boston: Allyn 6 Bacon, 1966, 199 pp.
Writing the Research Paper 
with Robert G. Weaver and James Holahan
Boston: Allyn 6 Bacon, 1969, 90pp.
Writing: A Habit of Mind Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown Co.Publ., 1972, 213 pp.
A Commonsense Guide through the Research Paper 
with Pamela West Katkin
New York: MacMillan Publ. Co. 1986, 279pp.