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Baker, Russell, Afterword, in My Life and Hard Times, by James Thurber, with an introduction by John J. Hutchens, an afterword by Russell Baker, and commentary by Michael J. Rosen, 1st Perennial Classics ed., Perennial Classics, 1999.

Coates, Robert, "James G. Thurber, the Man," in New Republic, Vol. LXXVII, No. 993, December 13, 1933, pp. 137-38.

Elias, Robert H., "James Thurber: The Primitive, the Innocent, and the Individual," in Thurber: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Charles S. Holmes, Prentice-Hall, 1974, pp. 87-100; originally published in the American Scholar, Summer 1958.

Long, Robert Emmet, James Thurber, Continuum, 1988, p. 107.

Maddocks, Melvin, "James Thurber and the Hazards of Humor," in Sewanee Review, Vol. XCIII, No. 4, Fall 1985, pp. 597-601.

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