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Bloom, Harold, ed., Thomas Wolfe, Modern Critical Views series, Chelsea House, 2000.

This collection of essays offers a representative selection of the current criticism on the author. Like other books in this series, this volume features an introductory essay by Bloom, a bibliography, and a chronology.

Griffin, John Chandler, Memories of Thomas Wolfe: A Pictorial Companion to "Look Homeward, Angel," Summerhouse Press, 1996.

Wolfe was known for his use of autobiographical elements in his fiction, starting with Look Homeward, Angel: A Story of the Buried Life. In this book, Griffin collects extracts from Wolfe's novel, along with photographs from Wolfe's life, giving readers an insight into how Wolfe constructed the tale.

Holliday, Shawn, Thomas Wolfe and the Politics of Modernism, Peter Lang Publishing, 2001.

Holliday offers reasons why Wolfe, who was once held in the same esteem as writers like Hemingway and Faulkner, now holds an uncertain place in...

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