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Kaufman, Wallace, "Notice I'm Still Standing: Reynolds Price," in Conversations with Reynolds Price, edited by Jefferson Humphries, University of Mississippi Press, 1991, pp. 5-29.

Kaufman, a personal friend and collaborator with Price, combines two conversations with the author, from 1966 and 1971. Much of the focus of the earlier interview is on A Long and Happy Life.

Rooke, Constance, Reynolds Price, Twayne Publishers, 1983.

This is one of the few overviews of Price's career and it contains extensive and interesting background about A Long and Happy Life.

Schiff, James A., Understanding Reynolds Price, University of South Carolina Press, 1996.

Schiff's chapter on the Mustian novels traces Price's history of Rosacoke's family, from the first short story in which they appeared in 1958 to the 1988 novel that catches up with Rosacoke and Wesley's marriage nearly thirty years after the publication of A Long and Happy Life.

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