John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

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F. Reviews in Magazines and Newspapers
First publication in magazines and newspapers of reviews by Gardner, arranged chronologically. Illustrated works are noted.
F.1 Art and Tradition in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, by Larry D. Benson . Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 65 ( October 1966), 706-8. Reprinted in Critical Studies of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight; see B.1.
F.2 "An Invective against Mere Fiction". Southern Review, NS 3 (Spring 1967), 444-67. Discusses The Firebugs, by Peter Faecke; Dink's Blues, by Marilyn Hoff; Home Is Where You Start From, by Gene Horowitz; A Night at Sea, by Margaret Lane; Let Noon Be Fair, by Willard Motley; Bazzaris, by Don Tracy; The Double Image, by Helen MacInnes; Lionheart, by Alexander Fullerton; A Mother in History, by Jean Stafford; A Vision of Battlements, by Anthony Burgess; Three Novels, by Willem Elsschot; Tenants of the House, by Heather Ross Miller; The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, by Yukio Mishima; The House on the Canal, by Frans Coenen ; Alienation, by J. Van Oudshoorn; Mrs. Stevens Hears the Mermaids Singing, by May Sarton; Of the Farm, by John Updike; After Julius, by Elizabeth Jane Howard; The Comedians, by Graham Greene; The Encounter, by Crawford Power; Miss Macintosh, My Darling, by Marguerite Young; Omensetter's Luck, by William Gass.
F.3 The Three Temptations: Medieval Man in Search of the World, by Donald R. Howard. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 66 ( April 1967), 249-54.
F.4 "More Smog from the Dark Satanic Mills". Southern Review, NS 5 (Winter 1969), 224-44. Discusses Indian Summer, by John Knowles ; The Jubjub Bird, by William Hardy; Hog Butcher, by Ronald L. Fair; Meanwhile Back at the Henhouse, by Thomas Bledsoe ; The Late Bourgeois World, by Nadine Gordimer; The Decline of the West, by David Caute; Alley Jaggers, by Paul West; A State of Siege, by Janet Frame; The Holy Land, by Pär Lagerkvist ; Tremor of Intent: An Eschatological Spy Novel, by Anthony Burgess; The Gates of the Forest, by Elie Wiesel.

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