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Publications about Other Writers:

Margaret Atwood, Anita Desai, Athol Fugard, Marge Piercy, Edith Wharton

by Nancy Topping Bazin

Margaret Atwood

"Women and Revolution in Dystopian Fiction: Nadine Gordimer's July's People and Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale." Selected Essays: International Conference on Representing Revolution 1989. Ed. John Michael Crafton. Carrollton, GA: West Georgia College International Conference, 1991. 115-27. (View article)

Review of Barbara Hill Rigney's Madness and Sexual Politics: Studies in Bronte, Woolf, Lessing, and Atwood. Doris Lessing Newsletter 3.2 (Winter 1979): 6.

Review of Carol P. Christ's Diving Deep and Surfacing: Women Writers on Spiritual Quest. Modern Fiction Studies (Winter 1980-81): 729-30.

Anita Desai

"Alcoholism in Third World Literature: Buchi Emecheta, Athol Fugard, and Anita Desai." International Third World Studies Journal & Review. 4.2 (1992): 13-17.

"Alcoholism in Third World Literature: Buchi Emecheta, Athol Fugard, and Anita Desai." reprinted in The Languages of Addiction. Ed. Jane Lilienfeld and Jeffrey Oxford. New York: St. Martin's P, 1999. 123-32. (View article)

Athol Fugard

"Alcoholism in Third World Literature: Buchi Emecheta, Athol Fugard, and Anita Desai." International Third World Studies Journal & Review. 4.2 (1992): 13-17.

"Alcoholism in Third World Literature: Buchi Emecheta, Athol Fugard, and Anita Desai." reprinted in The Languages of Addiction. Ed. Jane Lilienfeld and Jeffrey Oxford. New York: St. Martin's P, 1999. 123-32. (View article)

Blurb Written for the Book Jacket of Albert Wertheim’s The Dramatic Art of Athol Fugard from South Africa to the World. (Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2000)

Marge Piercy

"Marge Piercy's Small Changes: Welcome to the Sexual Revolution." Ways of Knowing: Essays on Marge Piercy. Ed. Sue B. Walker and Eugenie Hamner. Mobile, AL: Negative Capability P, 1991. 27-38. (View article)

Edith Wharton

"The Destruction of Lily Bart: Capitalism, Christianity, and Male Chauvinism in Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth." Denver Quarterly: A Journal of Modern Culture 17.4 (March 1983): 97-108. (View article)


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