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BOOKS

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Raymond Carver : a Study of the Short Fiction
by Campbell, Ewing
PS3553.A7894 Z58 1992

When we Talk About Raymond Carver / Conversations with Maryan Carver
Halpert, Sam
PS3553.A7894 Z97 1991

Understanding Raymond Carver
Saltzman, Arthur
PS3553.A7894 Z88 1988

Where I'm Calling From : New and Selected Stories
Carver, Raymond
PS3553.A7894 W43 1989

Reading Raymond Carver
Ruyon, Randolph
PS3553.A7894 Z86 1992

Conversations With Raymond Carver
Gentry, Marshall and Stull, William
PS3553.A7894 Z6 1990



PERIODICAL ARTICLES AND ESSAYS FROM BOOKS

Request at Reserve Window in Plover Library or Mahoney Library.

Begeja, Michael J. "Tarnish and Silver: An Analysis of Carver's Cathedral." South Dakota Review 24.3 (1998): 73-87.

Bullock, Chris J. "From Castle to Cathedral: The Architecture of Masculinity in Raymond Carver's "Cathedral"." The Journal of Men's Studies May 1994: 343-351.

Campbell, Ewing. "Raymond Carver's Therapeutics of Passion." Journal of the Short Story 16 (1991): 9-18.

Clarke, Graham. "Investing the Glimpse: Raymond Carver and the Syntax of Silence." The New American Writing. New York: St. Martin’s Press. 99-122.

Clark, Miriam, M. "Raymond Carver's Monologic Imagination." Modern Fiction Studies37.2 (1991): 240-247.

Cochrane, Hamilton E. ’Taking the Cure": Alcoholism and Recovery in the Fiction of Raymond Carver." University of Dayton Review 21.1 (1998) 79-88.

Donahue, Peter J. "Alcoholism as Ideology in Raymond Carver's "Careful" and "Where I'm calling From"." Extrapolation 32.1 (1991): 54-63.

Downes, Margaret J. "Narrativity, Myth, and Metaphor" Louise Erdrich and Raymond Carver Talk About Love." Melus 21.2 (1996): 49-61.

Gallagher, Tess. "A Nightshade Beyond Memory: Ten More Years with Ray." Philosophy and Literature 22.2 (1998): 438-456.

Gerahart, Michael W. "Breaking the Ties That Bind: Inarticulation in the Fiction of Raymond Carver." Studies in Short Fiction 24.4: 439-446.

Facknitz, Mark A. ""The Calm," A Small, Good Thing," and "Cathedral": Raymond Carver and the Rediscovery of Human Worth." Studies in Short Fiction 23.3 (1986): 287-296.

"Finding the Words: The struggle for Salvation in the Fiction of Raymond Carver." The Hollins Critic December 1987: 1-10.

Lehman, Daniel W. "Raymond Carver's Management of Symbol." Journal of the Short Story 17 (1991): 43-58.

Nesset, Kirk. "Insularity and Self-Enlargement in Raymond Carver's Cathedral." Essays in Literature 21.1 (1994): 116-128.
Nesset, Kirk. ""This Word Love": Sexual Politics and Silence in Early Raymond Carver." American Literature 63.2 (1991): 292-315.

Powell, Jon. "The Stories of Raymond Carver: The menace of Perpetual Uncertainty." Studies in Short Fiction 31 (1994): 647-656.

Scofield, Martin. "Negative Pastoral: The Art of Raymond Carver's Stories." The Cambridge Quarterly 23.3 (1994): 243-262.

Skenazy, Paul. "Life in Limbo: Ray Carver's Fiction." Enclitic 11.21 (1988): 77-83.

Stull, William L., and Carroll, Maureen P. "Two Darings." Philosophy and Literature 22.2 (1998):468-477.

Trussler, Michael. "The Narrowed Voice: Minimalism and Raymond Carver." Studies in Short Fiction 31.1 (1994): 23-37.

Verley, Claudine. "Narration and Interiority in Raymond Carver's "Where I'm Calling From"." Journal of Short Story 13. (1989): 91-102.



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