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Beckman-Long, Brenda, "The Stone Angel as a Feminine Confessional Novel," in Challenging Territory: The Writing of Margaret Laurence, edited by Christian Riegel, University of Alberta Press, 1997, p. 48. Buss, Helen M., Mother and Daughter Relationships in the Manawaka Works of Margaret Laurence, University of Victoria Press, 1985, p. 11.

Davies, Robertson, Review, in New York Times Book Review, June 14, 1964, p. 4.

Laurence, Margaret, "Gadgetry or Growing: Form and Voice in the Novel," in A Place to Stand On: Essays by and about Margaret Laurence, edited by George Woodcock, NeWest Press, 1983, p. 83.

Laurence, Margaret, "Sources," in Margaret Laurence, edited by William New, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1977, p. 15.

Morley, Patricia, Margaret Laurence, Twayne, 1981, pp. 78, 81.

New, William, ed., Margaret Laurence, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1977, pp. 141^2.

Staines, David, "Margaret Laurence," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 53: Canadian Writers Since 1960, first series, edited by W. H. New, Gale, 1986, pp. 261-69.

Sullivan, Rosemary, "An Interview with Margaret Laurence," in A Place to...

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