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Aldridge, John W., "Dance of Death," in Atlantic Monthly, July 1968, p. 89.

Barth, John, "Thinking Man's Minimalist: Honoring Donald Barthelme," in the New York Times Book Review, September 3, 1989, p. 9.

Barthelme, Donald, "The Indian Uprising," in Unspeakable Practices, Unnatural Acts, Bantam, 1969, pp. 1-13.

Bocock, Maclin, "'The Indian Uprising' or Donald Barthelme's Strange Object Covered with Fur," in fiction international, No. 415, pp. 134-45.

Gillen, Francis, "Donald Barthelme's City: A Guide," in Twentieth Century Literature, January 1972, pp. 37-44.

McCaffery, Larry, "An Interview with Donald Barthelme," in Partisan Review, Vol. 49, No. 2, 1982, pp. 184-93.

Schmitz, Neil, "Donald Barthelme and the Emergence of Modern Satire," in Minnesota Review, No. 1, Fall 1971, pp. 109-18.

Schott, Webster, "Dreams of the Body Neurotic," in Book World—The Washington Post, November 5, 1972, p. 3.

Shorris, Earl, "Donald Barthelme's Illustrated Wordy-Gurdy," in Harper's, January 1973, pp. 92-96.

Sullivan, Walter, "'Where Have All the Flowers Gone?': The Short Story in Search of Itself...

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