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Strange, David, Thomas Wolfe Review


"Bibliography" is a list of published works that focus on Thomas Wolfe. Some entries include a brief annotation. An asterisk (*) indicates an item that appeared before the previous issue of the Thomas Wolfe Review but that became known to us only recently. More information about many of the entries in "Bibliography" is provided in "Notes."

BOOKS

* Donnelly, Kathleen Dixon. Manager as Muse: Maxwell Perkins' Work with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Thomas Wolfe. N.p.: Kathleen Dixon Donnelly, 2014.

Radavich, David, and David Strange, eds. Magic Again: Selected Poems on Thomas Wolfe. N.p.: Thomas Wolfe Society, 2015. Thirty-sixth annual publication of the TWS, edition of six hundred numbered copies. Preface by Radavich (viii-ix).

* Wolfe, Thomas. Il bambino perduto. Trans. Marilena Fonti. Capranica: La Caravella Editrice, 2009. Italian translation of The Lost Boy.

*--. Orgogliosa sorella morte. Trans. Cecilia Mutti. Fidenza: Mattioli, 2010. Italian translation of "Death the Proud Brother."

Periodicals

The Ledger 18.1 (Summer 2015). Thomas Wolfe Memorial.

* "The Boarder's Garb." 3-4.

* "From Cradle to Grave: Walking in Wolfe's Shoes." 1+.

The Ledger 18.2 (Fall 2015). Thomas Wolfe Memorial.

* "Dirty Laundry: All in a Day's Work." 1+.

* "Wolfe Weddings at Old Kentucky Home." 4-5.

The Proceedings and Membership List of the Thomas Wolfe Society (2015). Thomas Wolfe Society. "The Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting: Albany, New York, May 22-24, 2015."

* "A Weekend in Albany: Images of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting." 3-16.

* Strange, David. "Hail and Farewell at the Crossing." 1-2.

The Thomas Wolfe Review 38.1-2 (2014). Thomas Wolfe Society.

* Bailey, J. Todd. "A First Edition That Isn't, Exactly: An Addendum to Carol Johnston's Bibliographical Entries on Thomas Wolfe's From Death to Morning." 71-79. "Belles Lettres."

* Casper, Vivian. Rev. of Look Homeward, Angel [stage adaptation of the Thomas Wolfe novel], by Ketti Frings. Directed by Benard Cummings. 115-21.

* Eckard, Paula Gallant. "A Note from the Editor." 4-6.

* Evans, Jedidiah. "Thomas Wolfe, Transnationalism, and the (Really) Deep South." 7-24.

* Godwin, Rebecca. "Thomas Wolfe and Robert Morgan: Influence and Correspondences." 54-70.

* Houck, Michael Curtis. "Look Homeward, Always: Frederick Koch's Folk Artist Influence on Thomas Wolfe." 42-53.

* Max, Gerry. "The Royal Road to Romance in the USA: Thomas Wolfe, Richard Halliburton, Eco-Tourism, and Eco-Poetry." BO94. "Belles Lettres."

* Moisy, Amelie. "Thomas Wolfe and the Paris House of Illusion Described in The Web and the Rock." 25-41.

* Powell, Gary V "Rusty Luvs Suzie." 106-14. Finalist, 2014 North Carolina Writers' Network Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize.

* Radavich, David. Rev. of Out of the West: Notes from Thomas Wolfe's Final Western Journey, edited by Mark Canada, with Nami Montgomery and Savannah Fowler. …

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