Additional Resources for The Train from Rhodesia by Nadine Gordimer

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Haugh, Robert F. Nadine Gordimer, Twayne, 1974, 174 p.

Haugh discusses the body of Gordimer's work and her talents as a wnter.

Herbert, Michael. "The Train from Rhodesia," mReference Guide to Short Fiction, edited by Noelle Watson, St James Press, 1994, p. 937-38.

Includes essays on both Gordimer and "The Train from Rhodesia," concentrating on their literary significance.

Huggan, Graham. "Echoes from Elsewhere: Gordimer's Short Fiction as Social Critique," in Research in African Literature Spring, 1994.

Huggan discusses Gordimer's works of self-criticism and her conviction that the short story is a particularly relevant and effective genre. This essay focuses on several stories, including "Six Feet of the Country," "A Company of Old Laughing Faces," "Livingstone's Companions" and "Keeping Fit"

Smith, Rowland. Introduction to Critical Essays on Nadine Gordimer, from the Critical Essays on World Literature Series, G.K. Hall, 1990, pp 1-22.

Smith presents a detailed overview of South African...

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