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"And Death Comes for Willa Cather, Famous Author," in Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, April 25,1947.

Arnold, Marilyn. Willa Cather's Short Fiction, Ohio University Press, 1984.

Bloom, Harold. Willa Cather, Chelsea House, 1985, pp. 71-86,177-83.

Brown, Edward Killoran and Leon Edel Willa Cather: A Critical Biography. Alfred A Knopf, 1953.

Carpenter, David A. "Why Willa Cather Revised 'Paul's Case" The Work in Art and Those Sunday Afternoons," in American Literature, Vol 59, no 4, December, 1987, pp 590-608.

O'Brien, Sharon. Willa Cather: The Emerging Voice. Oxford University Press, 1987.

Rosowski, Susan J. The Voyage Perilous: Willa Cather's Romanticism,University of Nebraska Press, 1986

Summers, Claude J "A Losing Game in the End: Aestheti-cism and Homosexuality in Cather's 'Paul's Case'," in Modern Fiction Studies, Vol. 36, 1990, pp. 103-19.

Wasserman, Loretta. Willa Gather, G.K. Hall, 1991.

Weigel, John A. "What Kind of Psychology for Students of Literature?," in CEA Critic, Vol. 20,1958, pp. 1,5.

Woodress, James. Introduction to The Troll Garden, by Willa Cather, edited...

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