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Benjamin, J. C. 'The Novels of Chaim Potok." Jewish Quarterly 29 (SummerAutumn 1981): 19-21. This article discusses earlier Potok novels in terms of theme, style, character, and social issues and provides useful background reading on Potok.

Forbes, Cheryl. "Judaism Under the Secular Umbrella." Christianity Today (September 8, 1978): 14-21. In this interview, Potok explains what happens when Jewish and Christian values and cultures come into contact with one another.

Kremer, Lillian S. "A Conversation with Chaim Potok." In Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 1984, edited by Jean W. Ross. Detroit: Gale Research, 1985. Contains information about Potok and his influences, sources, themes, and major works of fiction and nonfiction.

Moritz, Charles, ed. Current Biography Yearbook: 1983. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1983. A quick reference source for information about Potok and his previous works.

Studies in Jewish American Literature 4 (1984). This special issue contains articles by major scholars of JewishAmerican literature. Of particular interest is Dan...

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