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Heller, Joseph (1923-1999)

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Joseph Heller.


Six Superlative Sources

· Craig, David M. Tilting at Mortality: Narrative Strategies in Joseph Heller's Fiction. Wayne State University Press, 1997.

· Merrill, Robert. Joseph Heller. Twayne, 1987.

· Nagel, James. Critical Essays on Joseph Heller. G.K. Hall, 1984.

· Pinsker, Sanford. Understanding Joseph Heller. University of South Carolina Press, 1991.

· Ruderman, Judith. Joseph Heller. Continuum, 1991.

· Seed, David. The Fiction of Joseph Heller. St. Martin's Press, 1989.

Other Excellent Sources

· Adridge, John W. The American Novel and the Way We Live Now, pp. 35-46. Oxford University Press, 1983.

· Carton, Evan. "The Politics of Selfhood: Bob Slocum, T.S. Garp and Auto-American Biography." Novel 20 (fall 1986): 41-61.

· Davis, Gary W. "Catch-22 and the Language of Discontinuity." Novel 12 (1978): 66-77.

· Doskow, Minna. "The Night Journey in Catch-22." Twentieth Century Literature 12 (1967): 186-93.

· Flippo, Chet. "Checking in with Joseph Heller." Rolling Stone (16 Apr. 1981): 50-52, 57, 59-60.

· Keegan, Brenda. Joseph Heller: A Reference Guide. G.K. Hall, 1978.

· Krassner, Paul. "An Impolite Interview with Joseph Heller." The Realist 39 (Nov. 1962): 18-31.

· McDonald, James L. "I See Everything Twice: The Structure of Joseph Heller's Catch-22." University Review 34 (1968): 175-180.

· Merrill, Sam. "Playboy Interview: Joseph Heller." Playboy (June 1975): 59-61, 64-66, 68, 70, 72-74, 76.

· Nagel, James, ed. Critical Essays on "Catch-22." Dickenson, 1974.

· Plimpton, George. "The Art of Fiction LI: Joseph Heller." The Paris Review 15.60 (winter 1974): 126-147.

· Ruas, Charles. "Joseph Heller." In Conversations with American Writers. Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.

· Sorkin, Adam J., ed. Conversations with Joseph Heller. University of Mississippi Press, 1993.

· Strehle, Susan. "A Permanent Game of Excuses: Determinism in Heller's Something Happened." Modern Fiction Studies 24 (1978-79): 550-56.

· Tucker, Lindsey. "Entropy and Information Theory in Heller's Something Happened." Contemporary Literature 25.3 (1984): 323-40.

· Vonnegut, Kurt. "Something Happened: Joseph Heller's Extraordinary Novel about an Ordinary Man." New York Times Book Review (6 Oct. 1974): 1-2.

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