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Kenneth Bernard, "Imagery and Symbolism in 'Ethan Frome,'" in College English, Vol. 23, No 3, December, 1961, pp 182-84

Manns Bewley, "Mrs Wharton's Mask," in the New York Review of Books, Vol 3, No 3, September 24, 1964, pp. 7-9.

David Eggenschwiler, "The Ordered Disorder of 'Ethan Frome,'" in Studies in the Novel, Vol. 9, No 3, Fall, 1977, pp 237-45.

K. R. Srinivisa Iyengar, "A Note on 'Ethan Frome,'" in Literary Criterion, Vol. 5, No 3, Winter, 1962, pp 168-78.

Margaret B. McDowell, in Edith Wharton, Twayne Pub lishers, 1976, pp 67-9

The Nation, Vol. 93, No. 2147, October 26, 1911, pp 67-9.

Blake Nevius, "'Ethan Frome' and the Themes of Edith Warton's Fiction,"_ in The New England Quarterly, Vol. 24, No.2, June, 1951, pp. 197-207.

"Three Lives in Supreme Torture,"' in New York Times Book Review, Vol. 16, No 40, October 8, 1911, p. 603.

The Saturday Review, Vol. 112, No 2925, November 18, 1911, p. 650.

R. Baird Shuman, "The Continued Populate of 'Ethan Frome,'" in Revue des langues Vivantes, Vol...

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