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David Cowart, "John Champlin Gardner, Jr," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol 2: American Novelists since World War II, edited by Jeffrey Helterman and Richard Layman, Gale, 1978, p. 177.

David Cowart, Arches & Light The Fiction of John Gardner, Southern Illinois University Press, 1983.

Don Edwards and Carol Polsgrove, "A Conversation With John Gardner," in Atlantic Monthly, May, 1977, p 43.

Helen B. Ellis and Warren U. Ober, "'Grendel' and Blake' The Contraries of Existence," in John Gardner. Critical Perspectives, edited by Robert A. Morace and Kathryn VanSpanckeren, Southern Illinois University Press, 1982, p. 47.

Barry Fawcett and Elizabeth Jones, "The Twelve Traps in John Gardner's Grendel," in American Literature, Vol 62, December, 1990, pp. 634-647.

John Gardner, On Moral Fiction, Basic Books, 1978, p 82.

Marshall L. Harvey, "Where Philosophy and Fiction Meet An Interview With John Gardner," in Chicago Review, Vol. 29, Spring, 1978, p. 75.

John M. Howell, Understanding John Gardner, University of South Carolina Press, 1993, pp. 61,71-73.

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