Additional Resources for The Eye by Paul Bowles

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Bertens, Jonathan, The Fiction of Paul Bowles, Costerus, 1979.

Bertens analyzes Bowles's fiction, focusing on themes of existentialism and postcolonialism.

Bowles, Paul, Without Stopping, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1972.

Bowles's autobiography is a useful resource. However, some critics have faulted it for being a less-thancandid account of the writer's life.

Caponi, Gena Dagel, Paul Bowles: Romantic Savage, Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.

Caponi's interpretive biography of Bowles provides an exhaustive yet fascinating exploration of Bowles's contributions to music, ethnography, and literature.

Dillon, Millicent, A Little Original Sin: The Life and Work of Jane Bowles, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981.

Dillon makes extensive use of interviews with Paul Bowles for this biography of Bowles's wife. Jane Bowles was an influential part of her husband's writing life.

Pounds, Wayne, Paul Bowles: The Inner Geography, Peter Lang, 1985.

Using the psychoanalytical theories of R. D. Laing, Pounds analyzes Bowles's fiction.

Stewart, Lawrence O., The...

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