SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS
RELATED TO KATE CHOPINThis book draws on years of Kate Chopin research, including my three
previous books, my dissertation, and research for my Penguin Classic
edition of Chopin A Vocation and a Voice. This bibliography lists only
the major sources, and those that have been most useful for this particular book. Readers interested in extensive source lists should check the
forthcoming bibliography by Suzanne Green and David Caudle (below), the other bibliographies listed below, and the bibliography in my Kate Chopin: A Life of the Author of "The Awakening".Readers seeking earlier discussions of Chopin's works may find useful The Kate Chopin Newsletter (which I edited from 1975 to 1979, the
last two years under the title Regionalism and the Female Imagination).
It is indexed in PMLA, and copies of individual articles are available at
a nominal charge from the Penn State Room, Fred Lewis Pattee Library, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802. A Kate Chopin Miscellany (KCM) is difficult to obtain, but the articles listed from it below can all be obtained from the Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis. Most are also quoted extensively in TKC.
Per Seyersted and
Emily Toth, eds., A Kate Chopin Miscellany. Natchitoches: Northwestern State University Press; and Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1979.|
Per Seyersted, and
Cheyenne Bonnell, eds., Kate Chopin's Private Papers. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998.|
Lynda S. Boren and
Sara deSaussure Davis, eds., Kate Chopin Reconsidered: Beyond the Bayou. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1992.|
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Book title: Unveiling Kate Chopin.
Contributors: Emily Toth - Author.
Publisher: University Press of Mississippi.
Place of publication: Jackson, MS.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: 269.
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