Herbert Gold

Herbert Gold: Selected full-text books and articles

Salt: A Novel By Herbert Gold Dial Press, 1963
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The Age of Happy Problems By Herbert Gold Dial Press, 1962
The Continuing Debate: Essays on Education By Jacob Vinocur; Leslie A. Fiedler St. Martin's Press, 1964
Librarian's tip: "A Dog in Brooklyn, A Girl in Detroit: A Life Among the Humanities" begins on p. 474
The Columbia Companion to the Twentieth-Century American Short Story By Blanche H. Gelfant; Lawrence Graver Columbia University Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: "Herbert Gold (1924-)" begins on p. 282
Contemporary American Novelists By Harry T. Moore Southern Illinois University Press, 1964
Librarian's tip: "The Fiction of Herbert Gold" begins on p. 170
A Library of Literary Criticism: Modern American Literature By Dorothy Nyren Frederick Ungar, 1960 (3rd edition)
Librarian's tip: "Gold, Herbert (1924-)" begins on p. 209
On Truth and Fiction By Gold, Herbert The Nation, Vol. 249, No. 21, December 18, 1989
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