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Jill McCorkle
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Atherton, Lewis Eldon, Main Street on the Middle Border, Indiana University Press, 1954.

Atherton examines the life and death of small towns in the Midwest from 1865 to 1950.

Bennett, Barbara, Understanding Jill McCorkle, Understanding Contemporary American Literature series, University of South Carolina Press, 2000.

Bennett analyzes McCorkle's novels and short stories to date, including a brief overview of her life.

Spielman, David G., and William W. Starr, Southern Writers, University of South Carolina Press, 1997.

Spielman photographed seventy-two Southern authors in the spaces where they create their stories. The text is written by Starr.

Zinsser, William, How to Write a Memoir, HarperAudio, 1999, 1 cassette.

Zinsser explains what makes a good memoir, how to decide what to write about, and more, citing examples from famous memoir writers such as Eudora Welty and Frank McCourt.

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