Additional Resources for One of the Smallest by Gerald Stern

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Genovese, Peter, “A Singer of Everyday Life: At 74, Gerald Stern Is Finally Getting Recognition,” in The Star-Ledger, April 13, 1999, p. 57.

This article for a Newark, New Jersey newspaper, close to where Stern lives, is a short but information-packed overview of Stern’s life and works and the literary criticism of his poetry.

Hamilton, David, “An Interview with Gerald Stern,” in Iowa Review, Vol. 31, No. 2, 2001, pp. 148–56.

This interview, conducted in 1999, covers mostly biographical material, including a more personal look at Stern’s parents and his time in Paris than found in generic biographies.

Somerville, Jane, “Gerald Stern Among the Poets: The Speaker as Meaning,” in American Poetry Review, Vol. 17, No. 6, November–December 1988, pp. 11–19.

Somerville is an authority on Stern, and this article is her analysis of Stern’s use of the narrator in his poetry...

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