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Alexander, Edward, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Twayne Publishers, 1980, pp. 125, 143, 147.

Cassill, R. V., Instructor's Handbook for the Complete and Shorter Editions, The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction, 3d ed., W. W. Norton and Company, 1986, p. 219.

Friedman, Lawrence S., Understanding Isaac Bashevis Singer, University of South Carolina Press, 1988, pp. 7-8, 230-31.

Gittleman, Edwin, "Isaac Bashevis Singer," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 6: American Novelists since World War II, edited by James E. Kibler Jr., Gale Research, 1980, pp. 296-313.

Kresh, Paul, Isaac Bashevis Singer: The Magician of West 86th Street, Dial Press, 1979, pp. 203, 206, 230-31, 233-34.

Malin, Irving, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Frederick Ungar, 1972, pp. 70, 78.

Wachtel, Nili, "Freedom and Slavery in the Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer," in Judaism, Vol. 26, No. 2, Spring 1977, pp. 171-86.

"Warsaw," in Encyclopaedia Britannica Online, 1994.

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