Additional Resources for To Room Nineteen by Doris Lessing

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Dean, Sharon, "Marriage, Motherhood, and Lessing's 'To Room Nineteen,'" in Doris Lessing Newsletter, Vol. 5, 1981, pp. 1, 14.

These subjects are explored in Lessing's story.

Pruitt, Virginia, "Crucial Balance: A Theme in Lessing's Short Fiction," in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 18, 1981, pp. 281—85.

Pruitt examines this dominant theme in Lessing's stories.

St. Andrews, Bonnie, Forbidden Fruit: On the Relationship between Women and Knowledge in Doris Lessing, Selma Lagerlöf, Kate Chopin, Margaret Atwood, Whitston, 1986.

St. Andrews explores the treatment of self knowledge in Lessing's work and that of other authors.

Tiger, Virginia, "Taking Hands and Dancing in (Dis)Unity: Story to Storied in Doris Lessing's 'To Room Nineteen' and 'A Room,'" in Modern Fiction Studies, Vol. 36, 1990, pp. 421—33.

Tiger compares Lessing's two stories, focusing on their structure and voice.

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