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Boyle, Kay, "Words That Somehow Must Be Said, Selected Essays 1927-1984," edited by Elizabeth S. Bell, North Point, 1985.

Boyle, Kay and Sandra Whipple Spanier, Life Being the Best and Other Stories, New Directions, 1988.

Carpenter, Richard, " Kay Boyle," in College English, November 1953, pp. 81-87.

Deutsch, Babette, review of A Glad Day, in Nation, November 12, 1938, p. 514.

Gronning, Robyn M., "A Discussion of Androgyny in 'Astronomer's Wife,'" in The Explicator, Vol. 46, No. 3, Spring 1988, pp. 51-53.

Hart, Elizabeth, review of The White Horses of Vienna, in Books, February 9, 1936, p. 5.

Mellen, Joan, Kay Boyle, Author of Herself, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1994.

Porter, Katherine Anne, "Kay Boyle: Example to the Young," in New Republic, April 22, 1931, p. 279.

Review of The White Horses of Vienna, in Springfield Republican, February 16, 1936, p.7a.

Seaver, R. W., review of The White Horses of Vienna, in Boston Transcript, February 15, 1936, p. 3.

Sladky, Paul, Reference Guide to Short Fiction, 1st ed...

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