Additional Resources for Ellen Foster by Kaye Gibbons

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Leonore Fleischer, "Is It Art Yet?," in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 231, May 8, 1987, p. 34.

An account of how Ellen Foster was written and published.

Kaye Gibbons, "My Mother, Literature, and a Life Split Neatly into Two Halves," in The Writer on Her Work, Vol. II, edited by Janet Stemburg, Norton, 1991, pp. 52-60. An autobiographical account of how Gibbons became a writer and the influence her mother has had on her.

Veronica Makowsky, "Walker Percy and Southern Literature," in The Walker Percy Project, December 3, 1997, http://sunsite.unc edu/wpercy/makowsky html.

Focusing mainly on the works of Walker Percy, this article answers the question "What is Southern Literature?," giving rich historical and cultural background to this literary tradition Gibbons is mentioned as an example of a writer in the Southern women's tradition

Julian Mason, "Kaye Gibbons (1960-)," in Contemporary Fiction Writers of the South. A Bio-bibliographical Sourcebook, edited by Joseph...

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