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Joseph E. Baker, "Western Man against Nature: 'Giants in the Earth'," in College English, Vol. 4, No. I, October, 1941, pp. 19-26.

Charles Boewe, "Rolvaag's America' An Immigrant Novelist's Views," in Western Humanities Review, Vol. 11, No I, Winter, 1957, pp. 3-12.

Percy H. Boynton, "0 E. Rolvaag and the Conquest of the Pioneer," in English Journal, Vol. 18, No.7, September, 1929, pp. 535-42.

Lincoln Colcord, in an introduction to Giants in the Earth: A Saga of the Prairie by 0 E. Rolvaag, translated by Lincoin Colcord and 0 E Rolvaag, Harper and Row, 1927, pp. xi-xxii.

Henry Commager, "The Literature of the Pioneer West," in Minnesota History, Vol 8,No 4,December, 1927, pp. 319-28.

Clifton P Fadiman, "Diminished Giants," in Forum, Vol 81, No.3, March, 1929, pp. xx, xxii.

Steve Hahn, "Vision and Reality in 'Giants in the Earth' ," in The South Dakota Review, Vol. 17, No 1, Spring, 1979, pp.85-100.

Einar Haugen, in Ole Edvart Rolvaag, Twayne, 1983, pp. 80-1.

Theodore Jorgenson and Nora...

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