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Darwin, Charles, The Autobiography of Charles Darwin: With Original Omissions Restored; Edited with Appendix and Notes by His Granddaughter, Nora Barlow, Norton, 1969.

Lake, Paul, "Return to Metaphor: From Deep Imagist to New Formalist," in Southwest Review, Vol. 74, Fall 1989, 515-29.

McPhillips, Robert, "Gjertrud Schnackenberg," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 20: American Poets Since World War II, Third Series, Gale Research, 1992, pp. 276-80.

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Pettingell, Phoebe, "Sound and Sense in Poetry," in New Leader, Vol. 83, September 1985, pp. 14-15.

Schnackenberg, Gjertrud, Portraits and Elegies, edited by David R. Godine, 1982.

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