Short Story Explication


  • Kate Chopin
  • Louise Erdrich
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Shirley Jackson
  • James Joyce
  • Claire Kemp
  • Ring Lardner
  • D.H. Lawrence
  • Joyce Carol Oates
  • Flannery O'Connor
  • Alice Walker
  • Tobias Wolff
  • Richard Wright


  • Kate Chopin

    "The Awakening".

    Bartley, William. "Imagining the Future in The Awakening." College English. July 2000: 719-746.

    Call #P/420.5/C, mf/p or ProQuest.

    Bunch, Dianne. "Dangerous Spending Habits: The Epistemology of Edna Pontellier's Extravagant Expenditures in

    'The Awakening'." Mississippi Quarterly. Winter 2001: 43-61. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Corse, Sarah M. "Gender and Literary Valorization: The Awakening of a Canonical

    Novel." Sociological Perspectives. Summer 2002: 139-161. EBSCOHost.

    Mathews, Carolyn L. "Fashioning the Hybrid Woman in Kate Chopin's The Awakening." Mosaic: A Journal for

    the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature. Sep 2002: 127-149. ProQuest.

    Pizer, Donald. "A Note on Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening' as Naturalistic Fiction." Southern Literary Journal.

    Spring (2001): 5-13. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Treu, Robert. "Surviving Edna: A Reading of the Ending of 'The Awakening'." College Literature. Spring 2000:

    21-36. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Weinstock, Jeffery Andrew. "In Possession of the Letter: Kate Chopin's 'Her Letters'." Studies in American

    Fiction. Spring 2002: 45-62. Call #P/813.009/Saf, paper.

    "Desiree's Baby".

    Bernstein, Richard. "BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Echoes of a City's Shady 'Underself'." The New York Times. Feb 4,

    1998: E8. Lexis Nexis.

    Buckman, Robert. "Kate Chopin's novel 'Awakened' feminism a century ago." Tampa Tribune. Aug 16, 1999: 1.

    Lexis Nexis.

    Foy, R.R. "Chopin's Desiree's Baby." Explicator. Summer 1991 49(4):222. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p

    or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Gilbert, Sandra M. "COLLECTION IS THE COMPLETE CHOPIN." The Buffalo News. Nov 10, 2002: F7.

    Lexis Nexis.

    Kakutani, Michiko. "Books of The Times; A Woman Who Portrayed Adultery and Paid for It." The New York

    Times. Nov 27, 1990: C 19. Lexis Nexis.

    McCay, Mary A. "GOIN' SOUTH." Times-Picayune. June 15, 1997: D6. Lexis Nexis.

    Toth, Emily. "A Woman ApApart; A new generation of readers is awakening to the compelling fiction of

    Louisiana writer Kate Chopin." Times-Picayune.. Nov 10, 2002:6. Lexis Nexis.

    Warren, Colleen Kelly. "REALIZING MEANING OF 'UNFORGETTABLE'." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Dec 3,

    1996: 1D. Lexis Nexis.

    "The Storm".

    Baker, Christopher. "Chopin's 'The Storm.'" Explicator. Summer 1994: 225-226. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Seyersted, Per. Kate Chopin: A Critical Biography.. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1969: 164-169.

    Call #813.4 C519se

    "The Story of an Hour".

    Seyersted, Per. Kate Chopin: A Critical Biography.. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1969: 57-59.

    Call #813.4 C519se

    Louise Erdrich

    Love Medicine.

    Devereaux, Elizabeth. "Love Medicine. Redux." Publishers Weekly. Nov 1992: 30. Call #P/015/P, mf/p or

    ProQuest.

    Downes, Margaret J. "Narrativity, Myth, and Metaphor: Louise Erdrich and Raymond Carver Talk About Love."

    MELUS. Summer 1996: 49-61. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Faris, Wendy B. "Devastation and Replenishment: New World Narratives of Love and Nature." Studies in the

    Humanities. Dec 1992: 171-182. Call #P/001.3/Sh, bound/p.

    Farrell, Susan. "Erdrich's Love Medicine." Explicator.. Winter 1998: 109-112. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Ferguson, Suzanne. "The Short Stories of Louise Erdich's Novels." Studies in Short Fiction. Fall 1996: 541-555.

    P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Love, Barbara. "Book Reviews: Fiction." Library Journal. Oct 1993: 87. Call #P/020.4/Lj, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost.

    Magalaner, Marvin. "Of Cars, Time, and the River." At the Reference Desk.

    McKinney, Karen Janet. "False Miracles and Failed Vision in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine." Critique. Winter

    1999: 152-161. EBSCOHost.

    Mitchell, Jason P. "Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine., Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian, and the

    (De)Mythologizing of the American West." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. Spring 2000:

    290-304. Call #P/801/C, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Pittman, Barbara L. "Cross-cultural Reading and Generic Transformations." American Literature. Dec 1995:

    777-792. Call #P/810/A, mf only.

    Rainwater, C. "Reading Between Worlds: Narrativity in the Fiction of Louise Erdrich." American Literature. Sept

    1990: 405-422. Call #P/810/A, mf only.

    Reid E. Shelley. "The Stories We Tell: Luoise Erdrich's Identity Narratives" MELUS. Fall-Winter 2000: 65-86.

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Schultz, Lydia A. "Fragments and Ojibwe Stories: Narrative Strategies in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine." College

    Literature. Oct 1991: 80-95. EBSCOHost.

    Stokes, Karah. "What About the Sweetheart?: The 'Different Shape' of Anishinabe Two Sisters Stories in Louise

    Erdrich's Love Medicine. and Tales of Burning Love" MELUS. Summer 1999: 89-105.

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Sutton, Brian. "Erdrich's Love Medicine." Explicator. Spring 1999: 187-189. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Tanrisal, Meldan. "Mother and Child Relationships in the Novels of Louise." American Studies International. Oct

    1997: 67-79. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Zeck, Jeanne-Marie. "Erdrich's Love Medicine." Explicator. Fall 1995: 58-60. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Nathaniel Hawthorne

    "Young Goodman Brown".

    Abcarian, Richard. "The Ending of 'Young Goodman Brown.'" Studies in Short Fiction. 3 (1966): 343-345.

    Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Cherry, Fannye N. "The Sources of Hawthorne's 'Young Goodman Brown.'" American Literature. 5 (1934):

    342-349. Call #P/810/A, bound.

    Dickson, Wayne. "Hawthorne's 'Young Goodman Brown.'" Explicator.. 29 (1971) Item 44. Call #P/800/Ex,

    mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Ensor, Allison. "'Whispers of the Bad Angel': A Scarlett Letter. Passage As a Commentary on Hawthorne's

    'Young Goodman Brown.'" Studies in Short Fiction.. 7 (1970): 467-469. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Ferguson, J. M. "Hawthorne's 'Young Goodman Brown.'" Explicator.. 28 (1969): Item 32. Call #P/800/Ex,

    mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Gallagher, Edward J. "The Concluding Paragraph of 'Young Goodman Brown.'" Studies in Short Fiction.. 12

    1975: 29-30. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Johnson, Claudia D. "'Young Goodman Brown' and Puritan Justification." Studies in Short Fiction.. 11 (1974):

    200-203. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    McKeithan, Daniel M. "Hawthorne's 'Young Goodman Brown': An Interpretation." Modern Language Notes.

    67 (1952): 93-96. Call #P/405/Mn, mf/p.

    Matthews, James W. "Antinomianism in 'Young Goodman Brown'." Studies in Short Fiction.. 3 (1965): 73-75.

    Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Paulits, Walter J. "Ambivalence in 'Young Goodman Brown'." American Literature. 41 (1970): 577-584.

    Call #P/810/A, bound.

    Ernest Hemingway

    "Hills Like White Elephants".

    Abdoo, Sherlyn. "Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants'." Explicator. Summer 1991:

    30-38. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Bates, H.E. The Modern Short Story: A Critical Survey. London: Nelson, 1943: 172-173.

    Call #809.31 B329h.

    Coleman, Hildy. "'Cat' and 'Hills': Two Hemingway Fairy Tales." The Hemingway Review. Fall

    1992: 76-72. EBSCOHost.

    Consigny, Scott. "Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants'." Explicator. Fall 1989: 54-55.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Friedman, Norman. "What Makes a Short Story Short." Modern Fiction Studies. 4 (1958):

    107-108. Call #P/809.3/M, mf/p.

    Grant, David. "Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants' and the Tradition of the American

    in Europe." Studies in Short Fiction. Summer 1998: 267-76. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Gurko, Leo Ernest Hemingway and the Pursuit of Heroism. New York: Crowell, 1968: 191-193.

    Call #813.5209 H488gu.

    Hannum, Howard L. "'Jig Jig to Dirty Ears': White Elephants to Let." The Hemingway Review.

    Fall 1991: 46-54. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Hardy, Donald E. "Presupposition and the Coconspirator." Style. Spring 1992: 1-11.

    EBSCOHost.

    Kozikowski, Stanley. "Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants.'" Explicator. Winter 1994:

    107-109. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Lamb, Robert Paul. "Hemingway and the Creation of Twentieth Century Dialogue."

    Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal. Winter 1996: 453-480.

    Call #P/809.05/, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Lanier, Doris. "The Bittersweet Taste of Absinthe: Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants'."

    Studies in Short Fiction. Summer 1989: 279-288. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p.

    Lid, Richard W. "Hemingway and the Need for Speech." Modern Fiction Studies. 8 (1962):

    403-406. Call #P/809.3/M, mf/p.

    O'Brien, Timothy D. "Allusion, Word play, and the Central Conflict in Hemingway's 'Hills

    Like White Elephants'." The Hemingway Review. Fall 1992: 19-25. EBSCOHost or

    ProQuest.

    Renner, Stanley. "Moving to the Girl's Side of 'Hills Like What Elephants.'" The Hemingway

    Review. Fall 1995: 27-41. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Stampfl, Barry. "Similes as Thematic Clue in Three Hemingway Short Stories." The

    Hemingway Review. Spring 1991: 30-38. EBSCOHost.

    Trilling, Lionel. The Experience of Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1967:

    729-732. Call #808.8 T829.

    Wright, Austin M. The American Short Story in the Twenties. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961: 370-

    373. Call #813.509 W947a at OBU.

    Zora Neale Hurston

    "Gilded Six-Bits".

    Chinn, Nancy and Elizabeth E. Dunn. "Zora Neale Hurston's Artistry in 'The Gilded Six-Bits." Mississippi

    Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures. Fall 1996: 775-790. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Jones, Evora W. "The Pastoral and Picaresque in Zora Neale Hurston's 'The Gilded Six-Bits.'" College Language

    Association Journal.March 1992: 316-324. At the Reference Desk.

    "Spunk".

    Hale, David G. "Hurston's `Spunk' and Hamlet." Studies in Short Fiction. Summer 1993: 397-398.

    Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost.

    Kroll, J. "Marching to her own tune." Newsweek. May 1990: 62. Call #P/051/Nw, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Shirley Jackson

    "The Lottery".

    Bobbitt, Randy. "The Spiral of Silence: A Sociological Iterpretation of Shirley Jackson's 'The Lottery.'" Notes on

    Contemporary Literature . Jan 1994: 8-9. Call #P/808.8/N, bound/p.

    Brooks, Cleanth, and Robert P. Warren. Understanding Fiction. 2nd ed. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts,

    1955: 72-76. Call #808.3 B873u2.

    Cervo, Nathan. "Jackson's 'The Lottery.'" Explicator. Spring 1992: 183-85. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Coulthard, A. R. "Jackson's 'The Lottery.'" Explicator. Spring 1990: 226-228. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Griffin, Amy A. "Jackson's 'The Lottery.'"Explicator. Fall 1999: 44-46. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Lainoff, Seymour. "Jackson's 'The Lottery.'" Explicator. 12 1954: Item 34. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Yarmove, Jay A. "Jackson's 'The Lottery.'" Explicator. Summer 1994: 242-45. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    James Joyce

    "Eveline".

    Florio, Joseph. "Joyce's Eveline." Explicator. Spring 1993: 181-185. EBSCOHost.

    Ingersoll, Earl G. "The stigma of femininity in James Joyce's `Eveline' and `The Boarding House'." Studies in

    Short Fiction. Fall 1993: 501-511. EBSCOHost.

    Stein, William Bysshe. "The Effects of Eden in Joyce's 'Eveline'." Renascence: Essays on Value in Literature. 1963:

    124-126. Call #P/809.4/R, mf/p.

    Wilding, Michael. "James Joyce's 'Eveline' and The Portrait of a Lady." English Studies: A Journal of English

    Language and Literature. 1968: 552-556. Call #P/820.07/E, bound.

    Claire Kemp

    "Keeping Company".

    Cirlot, J.E. A Dictionary of Symbols.. Trans. Jack Sage. 2nd ed. New York: Philosophical Library, New York,

    (1971). Call #398.303 C578d.

    Eliason, Michele J. Who Cares? Institutional Barriers to Health Care for Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Persons.. New

    York: NLN Press, (1996). Call #362.108664 E42w.

    Pickles, Sheila. The Language of Flowers.. Nework: Harmony Books, (1990). Call #LS 741.6420924 G798k at

    OBU.

    Van Diver, Mary. "Keeping the Status Quo in Claire Kemp's 'Keeping Company'." Academic Forum. (1997/'98):

    29-31. At the Reference Desk.

    Ring Lardner

    "Haircut".

    Blythe, Hal and Charlie Sweet. "Why Whitey Tells His Tale: The Penitent Narrator of Lardner's 'Haircut'." Notes

    on Contemporary Literarture. Jan 1999: 1-3. Call #P/808.8/N, bound/p.

    Blythe, Hal and Charlie Sweet. "Lardner's 'Haircut'." Explicator. Summer 1997: 219-221. Call #P/800/Ex,

    mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Brooks, Cleanth, and Robert P. Warren. Understanding Fiction. 2nd ed. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts,

    1955: 72-76. Call #808.3 B873u2.

    Cervo, Nathan. "Lardner's 'Haircut." Explicator. Winter 1989: 47-48. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Cowlishaw, Brian T. "The Reader's Role in Ring Lardner's Rhetoric." Studies in Short Fiction. Spring 1994: 207-

    216. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Geimer, Roger. "Haircut." Masterplots II: Short Story Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:

    Salem Press, 1981. Call #: REF809.3 M423s, v. 3.

    May, Charles E. "Lardner's 'Haircut.'" Explicator.. 31 1973: Item 69. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p.

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Stuckey, W. J. "Ring Lardner." Critical Survey of Short Fiction. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem

    Press, 1981. Call #: REF809.3 M194d, v. 5.

    D.H. Lawrence

    "The Rocking-Horse Winner".

    Beauchamp, Gorman."Lawrence's 'The Rocking-Horse Winner.'" Explicator. 31 (1973): Item 32.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Cowan, S.A. "Lawrence's 'The Rocking-Horse Winner."Explicator. 27 (1968): Item 9. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p or

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Goldberg, Michael. "Lawrence's 'The Rocking-Horse Winner': A Dickensian Fable?" Modern Fiction Studies. 15

    (1969): 525-536. Call #P/809.3/M, mf/p.

    Junkins, Donald."'The Rocking-Horse Winner': A Modern Myth." Studies in Short Fiction. 2 (1964): 87-89.

    Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Marks, W.S. "The Psychology of the UnCanny in Lawrence's 'The Rocking-Horse Winner.'" Modern Fiction

    Studies. 11 (1966): 381-392. Call #P/809.3/M, mf/p.

    Joyce Carol Oates

    "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?".

    Daly, Brenda O. "An Unfilmable Conclusion: Joyce Carol Oates at the Movies" Journal of Popular Culture.

    Winter 1989: 101-114. ProQuest.

    Dessommes, Nancy Bishop. "O'Connor's Mrs. May and Oates's Connie: An Unlikely Pair of Religious Initiates."

    Studies in Short Fiction. Spring 1994: 433-440. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost.

    Driscoll, F. Paul. "Going to the Opera...with Joyce Carol Oates." Opera News. Jan 1998): 26-29.

    Call #P/782.1/Op, mf/p. EBSCOHost.

    Easterly, Joan. "The Shadow of a Satyr in Oates's 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'" Studies in

    Short Fiction. Fall 199): 537-543. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost.

    Hurley, D. F. "Impure Realism: Joyce Carol Oate's 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'"Studies in

    Short Fiction. Summer 1991: 371-375. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p or EBSCOHost.

    Kalpakian, Lura. "Gothic in the Garden: A Joyce Carol Oates Bouquet." Southern Review. Autumn 1993: 802-

    807. Call #P/808.8/Sr, mf only or EBSCOHost.

    Knudsen, James. "World Literature in Review: English." World Literature Today. Spring 1994: 369-370.

    EBSCOHost.

    Kozikowski, Stanley. "Successfully Merchandising Hamburgers: The Eschatological Vision of Joyce Carol Oates's

    'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'" Notes on Contemporary Literature. May 1997:

    6-7. Call #P/808.8/N, bound/p.

    Piwinski, David J. "Oates's 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'" Explicator. Spring 1991:195-196.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Slimp, Stephen. "Oates's 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'" Explicator. Spring 1999:179-181.

    Item 32. Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Sullivan, Walter. Death by Melancholy: Essays on Modern Southern Fiction.. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State

    University Press, (1972), 2-3. Call #813.009 S952d.

    White, Terry. "Allegorical evil, existentialist choice in O'Connor, Oates, and Styron." Midwest Quarterly.

    Summer 1993: 383-397 Call #P/808.803/M, mf/p; ProQuest.

    Flannery O'Connor

    Desmond, John F. "Flannery O'Connor." Ed. Frank N. Magill.Critical Survey of Short Fiction. 5. Englewood

    Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, (1981): 1982-1987. Call #REF 809.3 M194d, v. 5.

    Knudsen, James. "World Literature in Review: English." World Literature Today. Spring 1994: 369-370.

    EBSCOHost.

    "Good Country People".

    Smith, Annaliese H. "O'Connor's 'Good Country People.'" Explicator. 33 (1974): Item 30.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    "A Good Man Is Hard to Find".

    Brittain, Joan T. "O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find.'" Explicator. 26 (1967): Item 1.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Doxey, William S. "A Dissenting opinion of Flannery O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find.'" Studies in

    Short Fiction. 10 (1973): 199-204. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Marks, W.S. "Advertisements for Grace: Flannery O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find.'" Studies in Short

    Fiction.. 4 (1966): 19-27. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Martin, Sister M. "O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find.'" Explicator. 24 (1965): Item 19.

    Call #P/800/Ex, mf/p. EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Rupp, Richard H. "Flannery O'Connor." Commonweal.. 79 (1963): 305-306. Call #P/282/C, mf/p.

    EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Alice Walker

    "Everyday Use".

    Baker, Houston A., Jr. "Patches: Quilts and Community in Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use'." The Southern

    Review. Summer 1985: 706-720. Call #P/808.8/Sr, mf only.

    Bauer, Margaret D. "Alice Walker: Another southern writer..." Studies in Short Fiction. Spring 1992: 143-151. EBSCOHost.

    Farrell, Susan. "Fight vs. Flight: A Re-evaluation of Dee in Alice Walker's “Everyday Use”." Studies in Short

    Fiction. Spring 1998: 179-186. EBSCOHost.

    Cowart, David. "Heritage and deracination in Walker's `Everyday Use.'" Studies in Short Fiction. Spring 1996:

    171-184. EBSCOHost.

    Kane, Patricia. "The Prodigal Daughter in Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use.'" Notes on Contemporary Literature.

    March 1985: 7. Call #P/808.8/N, bound/p.

    Korenman, Joan S. "African-American women writers, black nationalism, and the matrilineal heritage."

    CLA Journal Dec 1994: 143-161. Call #P/400/Cla, bound/p.

    Tate, Claudia C. "Reviews." African American Review. Summer 1996: 308-309. EBSCOHost.

    Tuten, Nancy. "Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use.'" Explicator. Winter 1993: 125-28. EBSCOHost.

    Whitsitt, Sam. "In Spite of It All: Reading of Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use.'" African American Review. Fall

    2000: 443-460. EBSCOHost.

    Tobias Wolff

    Bailey, Peter J. "'Why Not Tell the Truth?': The Autobiographies of Three Fiction Writers." Critique: Studies in

    Contemporary Fiction. Summer 1991: 211-13. Call #P/801/C, mf/p or EBSCOHost.

    Bernardo, Karen. Tobias Wolff's "Hunters in the Snow". Storybites: A Taste of the World's Best Short Stories.

    May 21, 2003.

    DePietro, Thomas. "Minimalists, Moralists, and Manhattanites." Hudson Review. Autumn 1996: 487-94.

    Call #P/805/H, mf/p.

    Desmond, John F.. "Catholicism in Contemporary Fiction." America. May 14, 1994: 7-11. Call #P/282/Am,

    mf only or EBSCOHost or ProQuest.

    Edwards, Jerome. "About Tobias Wolff." CentralBooking.com. 2001.

    Evanston. "Hunters in the snow; Wolff, Tobias." Tri-Quarterly. Spring 1990: 40-53. EBSCOHost.

    Call #P/810.9/T, mf only.

    Garrett, George. "American Short Fiction and the Literary Marketplace." Sewanee Review, 91, (Winter 1983):

    112-20. P/809/S, bound/p.

    Goodman, Bob. "Acquired Schizophrenia: An Interview with Tobias Wolff." Natterbox. November, 1999.

    Hanley, Brian. "Modernity's "Mr. Rambler": Tobias Wolff's Exploration of Vanity and Self-Deception in The

    Night in Question." Papers on Language & Literature. Spring 2003: 144-161. EBSCOHost.

    PanMcMillan.com. "Tobias Wolff." A World of Books. Available

    http://www.panmacmillan.com/meettheauthors/authorPage.html?authorId=7101

    July 21, 2003.

    Peterson, Anne Palmer. "And Finally...Talking with Tobias Wolff." Continuum Magazine. Summer 1998.

    Available http://www.alumni.utah.edu/continuum/summer98/finally.html

    July 23, 2003.

    Smothers, Bonnie. "Adult Books: FICTION." Booklist. November 15, 2000: 608. ProQuest.

    Call #P/028.1/Bo, mf/p.

    Richard Wright

    Two articles on Richard Wright are at the Reference Desk.

    "The Man Who Was Almost A Man".

    Loftis, John E. "Domestic Prey: Richard Wright's Parody of the Hunt Tradition in 'The Man Who Was Almost

    A Man'." Studies in Short Fiction. Summer 1986: 437-442. Call #P/809.3/Sf, mf/p; EBSCOHost.

    Margolies, Edward. The Art of Richard Wright.. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1967.

    Call #818.5208 M329a.

    Margolies, Edward. Native Sons; A Critical Study of Twentieth-century Negro American Authors.. Philadelphia:

    Lippincott, 1968. Call #810.991 M329n.



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