Additional Resources for Melon by Julian Barnes

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Binton, Craig, The Anatomy of Revolution, Vintage, 1965.

Binton's book, considered a classic in its field, explores the American, French, and Russian Revolutions, explaining their similar structural patterns.

Guignery, Vanessa, The Fiction of Julian Barnes, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

Guignery has written extensively about Barnes and here gives a comprehensive overview of criticism on Barnes's works.

Kempton, Adrian, “A Barnes Eye View of France,” in Franco-British Studies, Vol. 2, Autumn 1996, pp. 92-101.

Basically reviewing Cross Channel, Kempton focuses on the importance of French themes throughout the book.

Moseley, Merritt, Understanding Julian Barnes, University of South Carolina Press, 1997.

Though this book touches on only a few of the stories from Cross Channel, it offers extensive explication of Barnes's fiction dating from the time that this story was published.

Pateman, Matthew, Julian Barnes, Northcote House, 2002.

Pateman's focus is on Barnes's novels, but his analysis gives a good understanding of the writer...

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