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Beattie, Ann, "Imagined Scenes," in Distortions, Doubleday, 1976, pp. 54—63.

Epstein, Joseph, "Ann Beattie and the Hippoisie," in Commentary, Vol. 35, No. 3, March 1983, pp. 54—58.

Hallett, Cynthia Whitney, Minimalism and the Short Story: Raymond Carver, Amy Hempel, and Mary Robison, Edwin Mellen Press, 1999, pp. 10—15.

Horowitz, Susan, Review of Distortions and Chilly Scenes of Winter, in Saturday Review, August 7, 1976, p. 37.

Murphy, Christina, Ann Beattie, Twayne United States Authors Series, No. 510, Twayne, 1986.

O'Hara, J. D., Review of Distortions and Chilly Scenes of Winter, in New York Times Book Review, August 15, 1976, pp. 14, 18.

Porter, Carolyn, "The Art of the Missing," in Contemporary American Women Writers, University Press of Kentucky, 1985, pp. 9—30.

Robison, James C., "1969—1980: Experiment and Tradition," in The American Short Story, edited by Gordon Weaver, G. K. Hall, pp. 82—83.

Romano, John, "Ann Beattie & the 60's," in Commentary, February 1977, pp. 62—64.

Stokstad, Marilyn, Art History, 2d ed., Prentice Hall, 2002, pp. 1146&mdash...

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