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Bolkosky, Sidney. "Thomas Mann's 'Disorder and Early Sorrow': The Writer as Social Critic," in Contemporary Literature, Vol. XXII, No. 2, Spring 1981, pp. 218-33.

Court, Franklin E. "Deception and the Parody of Externals' in Thomas Mann's 'Disorder and Early Sorrow'," in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. XII, No. 2, Spring 1975, pp. 186-89.

Cowley, Malcolm. "The Last Great European: Thomas Mann," in his Think Back on Us: A Contemporary Chronicle of the 1930's, edited by Henry Dan Piper, Southern Illinois University Press, 1967, pp. 291-94.

Hatfield, Henry. Thomas Mann, revised edition, Knopf, 1962.

Leser, Esther H. "New Humanism: Fading of Formal Genre Limitations," in Thomas Mann's Short Fiction: An Intellectual Biography, edited by Mitzi Brunsdale, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1989, pp. 181-92.

Mann, Thomas. Stories of Three Decades, translated by H. T. Lowe-Parker, Knopf, 1936, pp. v-ix.

Meyer, Agnes E. "Thomas Mann's Fable for Today," in The New York Times Book Review, June 8, 1941, pp. 1, 15-16.

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