Additional Resources for Hot Ice by Stuart Dybek

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Casey, Maud, “Chicago Stories: A Profile of Stuart Dybek,” in Poets & Writers, Vol. 31, No. 6, November/December 2003, pp. 34-40.

This cover story, published just as Dybek's book I Sailed with Magellan was about to come out, contains background information about his life in the location where the story is set, as well as information about his career and influences.

Gladsky, Thomas S., “From Ethnicity to Multiculturalism: The Fiction of Stuart Dybek,” in Melus, Vol. 20, No. 2, Summer 1995, pp. 105-18.

This thorough examination of Dybek's stories includes background information about the Polish American literary tradition.

Kantowicz, Edward, “Polish Chicago: Survival Through Solidarity,” in Ethnic Chicago: A Multicultural Portrait, edited by Melvin G. Holli and Peter d'A. Jones, William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1977, pp. 173-98.

Kantowicz looks at the history of Chicago's Polish community, one of the city's dominant ethnic groups, based in the neighborhood that Dybek discusses in the...

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