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Bambara, Toni Cade, "Gorilla, My Love," in Gorilla, My Love, Vintage, 1992, pp. 13—20.

———, "How She Came by Her Name: An Interview with Louis Massiah," in Deep Sightings and Rescue Missions: Fiction, Essays, and Conversations, edited by Toni Morrison, Pantheon, 1996, pp. 201—45.

———, "Salvation Is the Issue," in Black Women Writers (1950—1980): A Critical Evaluation, edited by Mari Evans, Anchor Books, 1984, pp. 41—47.

———, "A Sort of Preface," in Gorilla, My Love, Vintage, 1992.

———, "What It Is I Think I'm Doing Anyhow," in The Writer on Her Work, edited by Janet Sternburg, W. W. Norton, 1980, p. 154.

Bryan, C. D. B., Review of Gorilla, My Love, in New York Times Book Review, October 15, 1972, p. 31.

Burks, Ruth Elizabeth, "From Baptism to Resurrection: Toni Cade Bambara and the Incongruity of Language," in Black Women Writers (1950—1980): A Critical Evaluation, edited by Mari Evans, Anchor Books, 1984, pp. 48—49.

Ensslen, Klaus, "Toni Cade Bambara: Gorilla, My Love...

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