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Gordimer, Nadine, "Unconfessed History," in New Republic, Vol. 186, No. 12, March 24, 1982, pp. 35-37.

South African Nobel Prize-winning author Gordimer
discusses the voice in Too Late the Phalarope as it
compares to the voice in Paton's later novel, Ah, But
Your Land Is Beautiful.


Hooper, Myrtle, "Paton and the Silence of Stephanie," in English Studies in Africa, Vol. 32, No. 1, 1989, pp. 53-63.

Hooper reviews the story of Too Late the Phalarope

with special attention to the causes, purposes, and
outcomes of Stephanie's silence.

Paton, Alan, Journey Continued: An Autobiography, Scribner, 1988.

This is the second part of Paton's autobiography,
completed just before his death in 1988.

———, Towards the Mountain, Scribner, 1980.

This is the beginning of Paton's intriguing autobiography
that describes the author's upbringing and political
activism in his native South Africa.

Thompson, J. B., "Poetic Truth in Too Late the Phalarope," in English Studies in Africa, Vol. 24, No. 1, 1981, pp. 37-44.

Thompson examines...

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