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Additional Resources for The Lady, or the Tiger? by Frank R. Stockton

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Further Reading

Goleinba, Henry L Frank R. Stockton, Twayne, 1981, pp 144-46.

Offers useful criticism on "The Lady, or tire Tiger?," including sections on its themes and techniques.

Howells, William Dean. "Stockton's Stones," in The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. LIX, No. 351, January, 1887, pp 130-32. Reviews two of Stockton's short story collections, praising tire author's accomplishment as a writer of short fiction.

Howells, William Dean. "Fiction, New and Old," in The Atlantic Monthly, Vol LXXXVII, No 69, January, 1901, pp 136-38.

A general discussion of the narrative technique in Stockton's short stories.

May, Jill P "Frank R. Stockton," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 42. American Writers for Children Before 1900, Gale, 1985, pp. 332-38.

A useful critical biography, linking Stockton's life with his literary career.

Rosenberg, Ruth, revised by Jean C. Fulton. "Frank R. Stockton," in Critical Survey of Short Fiction, Detroit: St. James Press, 1994, pp 2225-29.

A biographical sketch of Stockton, with a list of his...

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