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The Education of Little Tree Resources & Further Study

Asa Earl Carter
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Bruchac, Joseph. Review of The Education of Little Tree. Parabola, vol. 14, no. 2 (May 1989): 108-109, 112. Bruchac's review praises the novel as a compelling, lifegiving autobiography that addresses ba sic human concerns in a compassionate and effective manner.

Carter, Dan T. "Southern History, American Fiction: The Secret Life of Southwestern Novelist Forrest Carter." In Rewriting the South: History and Fiction.

Edited by Lothar Honnighausen and Valeria Gennaro Lerda. Transatlantic Perspectives, no. 3. Tubingen: Francke, 1993, pp. 286-304. This is an essay (within a larger collection on Southern history) that discusses the irony of Carter's political affiliations and his novel The Education of Little Tree.

Clayton, Lawrence. "Forrest Carter/Asa Carter and Politics." Western American Literature, vol. 21, no. 1 (Spring 1986): 19-26. Clayton discusses how Carter used his novel as a fruitful vehicle for his political criticism.

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr. "'Authenticity,' or the Lesson of Little Tree." New York Times Book Review...

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