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Additional Resources for Pigs in Heaven by Barbara Kingsolver

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For Further Study

Demarr, Mary Jean, Barbara Kingsolver A Critical Companion, Greenwood, 1999

This reading is a critical study of Kingsolver's novels which provides insight into her background as a both journalist and feminist.

Epstein, Robin, "An Interview with Barbara Kingsolver," in The Progressive, Vol. 12, No. 9, February, 1996, p. 337. In this interview, Kingsolver discusses the novel's defining themes.

Lyall, Sarah, 'Termites Are Interesting But Books Sell Better," in The New York Times, September 1, 1993, pp Cl, C8.

Lyall examines the book's thematic concerns and asserts that it reveals "a droll wit and an intricate understanding of the almost imperceptible subtleties of relationships."

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