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Nigel Fabb read English at Kings College, Cambridge (English) and took his PhD in linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was supervised by Noam Chomsky. He has been an editor of Journal of Linguistics since 1997. His book written in collaboration with Morris Hale, Meter in Poetry -- A New Theory was reviewed in PNR 188. He is currently working on cognition and the sublime.
Nigel Fabb's work featured in PN Review comprises one article.
Article in PN Review 189 (2009) Why is Verse Poetry?