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Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, with Judith S. Baughman, "Introduction," in Reader's Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Tender Is the Night," University of South Carolina Press, 1996, pp. 1—48.

Chamberlain, John, "Book of the Times," in "Tender Is the Night": Essays in Criticism, edited by Marvin LaHood, Indiana University Press, 1969, pp. 68—70; originally published in New York Times, April 13, 1934.

Colum, Mary M., "The Psychopathic Novel," in "Tender Is the Night": Essays in Criticism, edited by Marvin LaHood, Indiana University Press, 1969, pp. 59—62; originally published in Forum and Century 91, April 1934.

Gray, James, "Scott Fitzgerald Re-Enters, Leading Bewildered Giant," in "Tender Is the Night": Essays in Criticism, edited by Marvin LaHood, Indiana University Press, pp. 64—66; originally published in St. Paul Dispatch, April 12, 1934.

Gregory, Horace, "A Generation Riding to Romantic Death," in "Tender Is the Night": Essays in Criticism, edited by Marvin LaHood, Indiana University Press, pp. 72—74; originally published in New York Herald...

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