A Visit to William Blake's Inn Resources & Further Study

Nancy Willard
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Commire, Anne, ed. Something About the Author. Vol. 37. Detroit: Gale, 1985. Contains an illustrated entry on Willard, drawing chiefly upon her own comments on her life and craft.

Evory, Ann, and Linda Metzger, eds.

Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Vol. 10. Detroit: Gale, 1983.

Includes a brief review of the critical reception given Willard's works.

Hall, Donald. "Clouds for Breakfast."

New York Times Book Review (November 15, 1981): 51, 60. An appreciative review of A Visit to William Blake's Inn.

Marowski, Daniel G., ed. Contemporary Literary Criticism. Vol. 37. Detroit: Gale, 1986. Contains excerpted critical comments on Willard's books, including remarks by noted poet Denise Levertov.

Mendelson, Phyllis Carmel and Dedria Bryfonski, eds. Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 7. Detroit: Gale, 1977.

Contains commentary from a variety of critics, including excerpts from Hilda Gregory's 1976 Prairie Schooner article on Willard.

Willard, Nancy. Angel in the Parlor: Five Stories and Eight Essays. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1983. The title essay contains...

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