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Amnesty International Report 1998, Amnesty International Publications, 1998.

Ehre, Milton, A discussion of Red Cavalry, Isaac Babel, Twayne's World Authors Series Online, G. K. Hall & Co., 1999.

Gorky, Maxim, Letter dated 1928 to Semyon Budyonny, translated by Andrew R. MacAndrew, Isaac Babel: The Lonely Years, 1925-1939, edited by Nathalie Babel, translated by Andrew R. MacAndrew and Max Hayward, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1964, pp. 387-89.

Hallett, Richard, Isaac Babel, quoting "Childhood: At Grandmother's," an early Babel sketch, Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1973, p. 15.

Howe, Irving, "The Right to Write Badly," in The New Republic, ,Vol. 133, No. 1, July 4, 1955, pp. 16—18.

McDuff, David, A brief overview of the major themes expressed in Red Cavalry, in Reference Guide to Short Fiction, 2nd ed., Edited by Lesley Henderson, St. James Press, 1995.

Yeats, William Butler, "Leda and the Swan," in The Norton Anthology of Poetry, 3rd ed., Edited by Alexander W. Allison et al., W. W. Norton and Company...

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