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Dick Allen, "Fire Burning in the Rain," Tke Hudson Review, Spring, 1986, pp. 135-40.

Samuel Delany, review in The New York Times Book Review, September, 1985, p 31.

Peter Fitting, 'The Turn from Utopia in Recent Feminist Fiction," in Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative, edited by Libby Falk Jones and Sarah Webster Goodwin, The University of Tennessee Press, 1990, pp 141-58.

Carol Franko, "Self-Conscious Narration as the Complex Representation of Hope in Le Guin's Always Coming Home," Myihlore, Spring, 1989, pp. 57-60.

Lillian M. Heldreth, "To Defend or to Correct Patterns of Culture in Always Coming Home," Myihlore, Autumn, 1989, pp 58-63,66

Lee Cullen Khanna, "Women's Utopias: New Worlds, New Texts," m Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative, edited by Libby Falk Jones and Sarah Webster Goodwin, The University of Tennessee Press, 1990, pp. 130-40.

Ursula K Le Gum, The Language of the Night. Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction, edited by Susan Wood, G P...

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