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Abel, Darrel. "The Rise of a National Literature," American Literature. Colonial and Early National Writing. New York: Barton's Educational Series, 1963, pp. 268-340 Bowden, Mary Weatherspoon. Washington Irving, Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981.

Current-Garcia, Eugene "Irving Sets the Pattern: Notes on Professionalism and the Art of the Short Story," in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol X, No. 4, Fall, 1973, pp. 327-41.

Rubin-Dorsky, Jeffrey. "Washington Irving and the Genesis of the Fictional Sketch," in Critical Essays on Washington Irving, edited by Ralph M. Aderman, G. K Hall, 1990, pp. 217-35.

Demonstrates Irving's pioneenng work in developing the sketch genre of literary writing.

Woodress, James. "Washington Irving," in Reference Guide to Short Fiction, edited by Noelle Watson, St. James Press, 1994, pp. 262-65.

A biographical and bibliographical sketch on Washington Irving.

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