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Frosch, Marta Morello. "The Common Wonders of Garcia Marquez's Recent Fiction," Books Abroad, Vol. 47, No. 3, 1973, pp 496-501.

Kazin, Alfred. Review in The New York Times Book Review, February 20,1972, pp. 1,14,16.

Kazin, Alfred. Review of Leaf Storm and Other Stones, in Critical Essays on Gabriel Garcia Marquez, edited by George R. McMurray, G. K. Hall & Co., 1987, pp 26-29

McNerney, Kathleen. Understanding Garcia Marquez, University of South Carolina Press, 1989, pp 121-2

Pritchett, V. S "A Ruined Arcady: 'Leaf Storm and Other Stories,"'New Statesman, February 9,1973, p. 200.

Sturrock, John "Shorter Marquez," The New York Times Book Review, July 16,1978, p. 3.

Williams, Raymond L Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Twayne Publishers, 1984, pp. 96-8.

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