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McMurtry, Larry (1936- )

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the author Larry McMurtry.


Six Superlative Sources

· Busby, Mark. Larry McMurtry and the West: An Ambivalent Relationship. University Press of North Texas, 1995.

· Larry McMurtry News in the New York Times.

· Jones, Roger Walton. Larry McMurtry and the Victorian Novel. Texas A and M University Press, 1994.

· Peavy, Charles D. Larry McMurtry. Twaynes United States Author Series 1291, G.K. Hall, 1977.

· Reilly, John M. Larry McMurtry: A Critical Companion. Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Writers, Greenwood Press, 2000.

· Reynolds, Clay, ed. Taking Stock: A Larry McMurtry Casebook. Southern Methodist University Press, 1989.

Other Excellent Sources

· Abernathy, Francis E. "Strange and Unnatural History in Lonesome Dove." Texas Books in Review 8.2 (1988): 1-2.

· Cox, Diana H. "Anything for Billy: A Fiction Stranger Than Truth." Journal of American Culture 14.2 (1991): 75-81.

· Crawford, Ian. "Intertextuality in Larry McMurtry's The Last Picture Show." Journal of Popular Culture 27 (1993): 43-54.

· Davis, Kenneth W. "The Themes of Initiation in the Works of Larry McMurtry and Tom Mayer. Arlington Quarterly 2 (1989-90): 29-43.

· Dechert, S. Renee. "Larry McMurtry's Buffalo Girls: Novelizing the Historic West." Southwestern American Literature 23.2 (1998): 15-31.

· Folsom, James K. "Shane and Hud: Two Stories in Search of a Medium." Western Humanities Review 24 (1970): 359-72.

· Graham, Don. "Lonesome Dove: Butch and Sundance Go on a Cattledrive." Southwestern American Literature 12.1 (1986): 7-12.

· Jones, Malcolm. "The Ghost Writer at Home on the Range." Newsweek (2 Aug. 1993): 52-53.

· Morrow, Patrick D. "Larry McMurtry: The First Phase." Seasoned Authors for a New Season: The Search for Standards in Popular Writing. Ed. Louis Filler. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1980. 70-82.

· Morrow, Patrick D. "Novelist of Characters and Place." Humanities Interview 7.2 (1989): 1-6.

· Reynolds, Clay. "Back Trailing to Glory: Lonesome Dove and the Novels of Larry McMurtry." Texas Review 8 (1987): 22-29.

· Sewell, Ernestine P. "McMurtry's Cowboy God in Lonesome Dove." Western American Literature 21 (1986): 219-25.

· Stout, Janis. "Journeying as a Metaphor for Cultural Loss in the Novels of Larry McMurtry." Western American Literature 11 (1976): 37-50.

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