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Nelson Algren, "The Catch," in Nation, Vol 193, November 4, 1961, pp 357-58

Whitney Balliett, in a review of Catch-22, in The New Yorker, December 9, 1961, p. 247

Marcus K Billson II, "The Un-Minderbinding of Yossarian: Genesis Inverted in Catch-22," in Arizona Quarterly, Vol. 36, No.4, Winter, 1980, pp. 315-29.

Moms Dickstein, "Black Humor and History: The Early Sixties," in Partisan Review, Vol 43, No 2, 1976, pp. 185-211, reprinted in his Gates of Eden. American Culture in the Sixties, Penguin, 1977, 1989, pp. 91-127

Mike Frank, "Eros and Thanatos in Catch-22," in Canadian Review of American Studies, Spring, 1976, pp 77-87 Eliot Fremont-Smith, "Kvetch-22," in Village Voice, March 5, 1979, pp. 74-75.

Jean E Kennard, "Joseph Heller. At War with Absurdity," in Mosaic, Vol. IV, No 3, Spring, 1971, pp. 75-87. Richard Locke, "What I Like," in New York Times Book Review, May 15, 1997, pp. 3, 36-37.

Nonnan Mailer, "Some Children of the Goddess," in Esquire, July, 1963, reprinted in Contemporary American Novelists, edited by Harry T. Moore...

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