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"Richard (David) Bach." In Current Biography Yearbook, 1973. Outlines Bach's career as "gypsy pilot" through Jonathan Livingston Seagull and the beginning of his fame.

Foote, Timothy. "It's a Bird! It's a Plane!

It's Supergull!" Time (November 13, 1972): 60-62+. Bach and the controversial popularity and meaning of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.

Gardner, Richard M. "Stereotypes and Sentimentality: The Coarser Sieve." Midwest Quarterly (Summer 1976).

Analyzes the relation between feeling and meaning in Love Story and ——. "Toward a Definition of Stereotypes." Midwest Quarterly (Summer 1985): 476-498. Explores the popularized allegorical technique of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.

Roberts, Jane. The Nature of Personal Reality: A Seth Book. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1974. Compares authorship by dictation for Bach and Roberts.

Swift, Jonathan. " 'Not Another Jonathan, Please!': A Swift Reviews."English Journal 62 (May 1973): 725-742.

Pans then praises Jonathan Livingston Seagull for young audiences.

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