Additional Resources for A Day in the Dark by Elizabeth Bowen

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Chessman, Harriet, "Women and Language in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen," in Twentieth Century Literature, Vol. 29, Spring 1983, pp. 69—85.

Chessman presents a feminist perspective of Bowen's work.

Dunleavy, Janet Egleson, "Mary Lavin, Elizabeth Bowen, and a New Generation: The Irish Short Story at Midcentury," in The Irish Short Story: A Critical History, edited by James Kilroy, Twayne, 1984, pp. 145—68.

Dunleavy explores the Irish context of Bowen's work and compares it to that of other Irish writers.

Glendinning, Victoria, Elizabeth Bowen, Knopf, 1977.

Glendinning's work is considered in the early 2000s to be the definitive biography of Bowen.

Sullivan, Walter, "A Sense of Place: Elizabeth Bowen and the Landscape of the Heart," in Sewanee Review, Vol. 84, Winter 1976, pp. 142—49.

Sullivan explores the relationship between Bowen's technique and themes.

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