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Boire, Gary, Morley Callaghan and His Works, Canadian Author Studies series, ECW Press, 1990.

This short seventy-page study contains a concise biography of Callaghan, a description of the tradition and milieu that influenced him, a survey of criticism, an essay on his most important works, and a bibliography of primary and secondary sources.

----, Morley Callaghan: Literary Anarchist, ECW Press, 1994.

This biography emphasizes Callaghan's early years through the 1940s. Boire addresses the claim made by Edmund Wilson that Callaghan has been unjustly neglected. Boire regards Callaghan as a literary anarchist, by which he refers to the writer's fierce individualism. The book includes a chronology of Callaghan's life, but there is no index.

Cameron, Donald, "Morley Callaghan," in Conversations with Canadian Novelists, Part 2, Macmillan, 1973, pp. 17-33.

This work contains an interview with Callaghan in which he talks about the importance of independence to a writer, the sources of...

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