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Blodgett, E. D. Alice Munro, Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1988.

Busch, Frederick. Review of Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You, in New York Times Book Review, October 27, 1974.

Dahlie, Hallvard. "The Fiction of Alice Munro," Ploughshares, Vol. 4, No. 3, 1978, pp. 56-71.

Dobbs, Kildare. "New Directions for Alice Munro," Saturday Night, July, 1974, p. 28.

Levin, Marlin. Review of Dance of the Happy Shades in New York Times Book Review, September, 1973.

MacDonald, Rae McCarthy. "A Madman Loose in the World: The Vision of Alice Munro," Modern Fiction Studies, Autumn, 1976, pp. 365-74.

Munro, Alice. Interview by Ken Murch, "Name: Alice Munro. Occupation: Writer," Chatelaine, August, 1975, pp. 42-3, 69-72.

Oates, Joyce Carol. Review which includes commentary on Munro's first three books in The Ontario Review, no. 1, Fall, 1974.

Thacker, Robert. "Alice Munro: An Annotated Bibliography," in The Annotated Bibliography of Canada's Major

Authors, edited by Robert Lecker and Jack David, Downsview, Ontario: ECW Press, 1984.

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