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Alton, John, "What We Talk about When We Talk about Literature: An Interview with Raymond Carver," in Conversations with Raymond Carver, edited by Marshall Bruce Gentry and William Stull, University Press of Mississippi, 1990, pp. 151-68.

Carver, Raymond, Fires, Capra, 1983, pp. 13-19.

—, "Introduction," All of Us, edited by William Stull, Alfred A. Knopf, 1999, pp. xxviii.

—, No Heroics, Please, Knopf, 1992, pp. 190-93.

—, "On Bobber and Other Poems," in Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose, Vintage Books, 2001.

—, Ultramarine, Vintage, 1986.

Gentry, Marshall Bruce, and William Stull, eds., Conversations with Raymond Carver, University Press of Mississippi, 1990, pp. 88-89, 172, 216.

Hampl, Patricia, "Surviving a Life in the Present," in New York Times Book Review, Vol. 92, June 7, 1987, p. 15.

Lawler, Roxanne, "Carver's World," in Conversations with Raymond Carver, edited by Marshall Bruce Gentry and William Stull, University Press of Mississippi, 1990, pp. 169-76.

Mahon, Derek, Antarctica, Gallery Press, 1985. Meyer, Adam, Raymond Carver, Twayne, 1995, pp...

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