Reviews of Secondary Sources   |   Part 2

  • Stephen Cushman, William Carlos Williams and the Meanings of Measure (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985)
            Reviewed by Sasha Wilson

  • Bram Dijkstra, "The Poem as Still-Life," in The Hieroglyphics of a New Speech: Cubism, Stieglitz, and the Early Poetry of William Carlos Williams, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1969): 161-198
            Reviewed by Robin Freed

  • Joseph N. Riddel, "Williams and the Ek-stasy of Beginnings," in Harold Bloom, ed., Modern Critical Interpretations: William Carlos Williams, (New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1986): 183
            Reviewed by Jeff Martin

  • Robert Pack, "Secular Mystery," in Wallace Stevens: An Approach to his Poetry and Thought, (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1958): 21-34
            Reviewed by Jessica Ozimek

  • Wendy Martin, "Brett Ashley as New Woman in The Sun Also Rises", in New Essays on The Sun Also Rises (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987): 65-82
            Reviewed by Bianca Roters

  • Jeffrey A. Schwartz, "'The Saloon Must Go and I Will Take It With Me': American Prohibition, Nationalism, and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises," Studies In The Novel 2 (Summer 2001): 180-201>
            Reviewed by Nakia S. Pope

  • Daniel S. Traber, "Whiteness and the Rejected Other in The Sun Also Rises," Studies in American Fiction 28 (Autumn 2000): 235-253
            Reviewed by Sandy Alexandre

  • Donald Kartiganer, "'Now I can Write:' Faulkner's Novel of Invention" in New Essays on The Sound and The Fury (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993): 71-97
            Reviewed by Barry Hite

  • Carla Kaplan, "The Erotics of Talk: 'That Oldest Human Longing' in Their Eyes Were Watching God," in Their Eyes Were Watching God: A Casebook, Cheryl Wall, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000): 137-163
            Reviewed by Elizabeth Thompson

  • Suzanne Juhasz, "The Excitable Gift: The Poetry of Anne Sexton," in Naked and Fiery Forms: Modern American Poetry by Women, A New Tradition (New York: Octagon Books, 1976): 117-143
            Reviewed by Nicole Lake