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Boyer, James, "The Development of Form in Thomas Wolfe's Short Fiction," in Thomas Wolfe: A Harvard Perspective, edited by Richard S. Kennedy, Croissant & Co., 1983, pp. 31-42, originally a paper read at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on May 8, 1982.

DeVoto, Bernard, "Genius Is Not Enough," in Thomas Wolfe: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Louis D. Rubin Jr., Prentice—Hall, Inc., 1973, pp. 75, 77-78, originally published in Saturday Review of Literature, April 25, 1936, pp. 3-4, 13-14.

Evans, Elizabeth, "From Death to Morning, The Hills Beyond and the Short Novels," in Thomas Wolfe, Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1984, pp. 95-133.

Field, Leslie, "Thomas Wolfe," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 9: American Novelists, 1910-1945, edited by James J. Martine, Gale Research, 1981, pp. 172-87.

Holman, C. Hugh, "Thomas Wolfe," in American Writers, Vol. 4, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974, pp. 450-73.

McElderry, B. R., Jr., "Chapter 6: Wolfe's Shorter Fiction," in Thomas Wolfe, Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1964, p. 104.

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