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Brown, Rosellen. "Starting from Great Faith, Miss.: The Road to Memphis."

The New York Times Book Review (20 May 1990): 48. Emphasizes the moral crossroads Jeremy Simms faces and how the Logans and their friends are gradually being pulled apart by the war and by social upheaval.

Dussell, Sharon L. "Profile: Mildred D. Taylor." Language Arts 58: 599-604. A discussion of Taylor's life and works.

Fogelman, Phyllis J. "Mildred D. Taylor." Horn Book 53: 410-414. A short biographical assessment of Taylor and her abilities as a writer.

Rees, David. "The Color of Skin." The Marble in the Water: Essays on Contemporary Writers of Fiction for Children and Young Adults. Boston: Horn Book, 1980. Although this essay was written prior to the publication of The Road to Memphis, its discussion of Taylor's treatment of prejudice is relevant to all of the Cassie Logan books.

Robak, Diane. "The Road to Memphis."

Publisher's Weekly (13 April 1990): 67, 68. A...

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