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Applefield, David, “Fiction and America: Raymond Carver,” in Conversations with Raymond Carver, edited by Marshall Bruce Gentry and William L. Stull, University Press of Mississippi, 1990, p. 207, originally published in Frank: An International Journal of Contemporary Writing & Art, No. 8-9, Winter 1987-1988.

Carver, Raymond, “The Bath,” in What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, Knopf, 1981, pp. 47-56.

———, “A Small, Good Thing,” in Cathedral, Knopf, 1983, pp. 59-89.

Howe, Irving, “Stories of Our Loneliness,” in New York Times Book Review, September 11, 1983, p. 43.

McCaffery, Larry, and Sinda Gregory, “An Interview with Raymond Carver,” in Conversations with Raymond Carver, edited by Marshall Bruce Gentry and William L. Stull, University Press of Mississippi, 1990, p. 102, originally published in Alive and Writing: Interviews with American Authors of the 1980s, University of Illinois Press, 1987.

Runyon, Randolph Paul, Reading Raymond Carver, Syracuse University Press, 1992, p. 3.

Saltzman, Arthur M., Understanding Raymond Carver, University of South Carolina Press...

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