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Allen, Charles A. "Katherine Anne Porter: Psychology as Art," Southwest Review, Vol 41, 1956, pp 223-30.

An essay in which Allen identifies Hapsy with George symbolically.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour Understanding Katherine Anne Porter, University of South Carolina, 1988.

A good place to begin researching Porter's life and career, Unrue's book makes connections between various stories and between Porter's life and work.

Wiesenfarth, Joseph. "Internal Oposition in Porter's 'Granny Weatherall'," Critique, Vol 11,1969, pp 47-55 Wiesenfarth argues in his essay that Hapsy, like George, never shows up at Granny's deathbed in the story.

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