Additional Resources for Brokeback Mountain by E. Annie Proulx

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Kowalewski, Michael, “Losing Our Place: A Review Essay,” in Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. 40, No. 1, Winter 2001, pp. 242-57.

This essay explores the sense of place in American fiction, including Close Range.

McGraw, Erin, “Brute Force: Violent Stories,” in Georgia Review, Vol. 54, No. 2, Winter 2000, p. 351.

McGraw traces the theme of violence in American fiction and compares the stories in Close Range to that tradition.

McMurtry, Larry, ed., Still Wild: Short Fiction of the American West 1950 to the Present, Simon and Shuster, 2001.

This collection includes stories by Richard Ford, Raymond Carver, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Jack Kerouac.

Steinberg, Sybil, “E. Annie Proulx: An American Odyssey,” in Publishers Weekly, June 3, 1996, pp. 57-58.

Steinberg focuses on Proulx's life and work in this overview.

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