Additional Resources for Darkness Visible by William Styron

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Ross, Daniel William, ed., The Critical Response to William Styron, Greenwood, 1995.

This collection of criticism offers essays from the 1950s to 1995 on novels such as Lie Down In Darkness, The Long March, and Darkness Visible. The essays treat themes such as Styron's place in the literary canon and the influences on his work.

West, James L. W., William Styron: A Life, Random House, 1998.

In this definitive biography of Styron, West details the creative process behind each of Styron's novels. The attention to Styron's life outside of writing, however, is lacking.

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