JAMES DICKEY NEWSLETTER. Volume Twenty-Six, Number Two. Spring 2012.

 

 Continuing Bibliography

By Heather L. Hinkle

The following entries recuperate items not previously noted and continue the on-going
James Dickey Newsletter bibliography.  Please direct any comments, notices about new sources, off-prints of articles and other materials, or ideas for the bibliography to Editor Gordon Van Ness.

2003

I.  Primary Sources

II.  Bibliographies and Checklists

III.  Secondary Sources

Books and Pamphlets

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Compton, Thorne. “Imagination at Full Stretch: An Interview with James Dickey.” James  Dickey Newsletter 20.1 (2003): 31-42. Print.

Smith, Jon. “Hot Bodies and ‘Barbaric Tropics’: The U.S. South and New World Natures.” Southern Literary Journal 36.1 (2003): 104-120. Print.

Reviews

Alfier, Jeffrey C. “Dickey’s ‘The Firebombing’.” Rev. of “The Firebombing.” The Explicator 62.1 (2003): 52+. Print.

Mentions

2004

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Autrey, Ken. “Metaphor in James Dickey’s ‘Pine’ and ‘The Eye-Beaters’.” James Dickey Newsletter XX (II) 2004: 1-11. Print.

Calhoun, Richard James. “James Dickey Society Passings.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (I) 2004: 54. Print.

Compton, Thorne. “Suburban Transcendence in the Chainstore South: Deliverance for the Buckhead Boys.” James Dickey Newsletter XX (II) 2004: 27-33. Print.

Graybill, Mark S. “Hypermasculinity and Sport in James Dickey’s Deliverance.” Upon                         Further Review: Sports in American Literature. Ed. Michael Cocchiarale and Scott                 D. Emmert. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. 121-30. Print.

Maxwell, Angie. “The South Beheld: The Influence of James Agee on James Dickey.” Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 42.2 (2004): 135-51. Print.

McClure, Nancye. “Outsider Artists: Walter Anderson and James Dickey.” Interdisciplinary Humanities 22.2 (2004): 158-172. Print.

Oostdijk, Diederik. “The Football Elegies of James Dickey and Randall Jarrell: Hegemonic Masculinity versus the ‘Semi-Feminine Mind’.” Upon Further Review: Sports in American Literature. Ed. Michael Cocchiarale and Scott D. Emmert. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. 131-42. Print.

Smith, Randall A. “James Dickey Interview: Part One, August 11, 1995.” James Dickey Newsletter XX (I) 2004: 1-28. Print.

—. “James Dickey Interview: Part Two, November 7, 1995.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (I) 2004: 29-42. Print.

Van Ness, Gordon.  “Remembering James Dickey.” The Dos Passos Review 2.1 (2004) 73-83. Print.

Wright, James. “A Poet’s Life in Letters.” New England Review 25.4 (2004): 6-37. Print.

Reviews

Baker, Aaron.  “The Strangeness of James Dickey.”  Rev. of Crux: The Letters of James Dickey; James Dickey: The World as a Lie (by Henry Hart); Sorties, Journals and New Essays; Summer of Deliverance (by Christopher Dickey); The Whole Motion: The Collected Poems: 1945-1992. Contemporary Poetry Review.  1 Feb. 2004. Web. 23 Apr. 2012.

Griffith, Benjamin. “The Dramatized Self.” Rev. of The One Voice of James Dickey: His Letters and Life, 1942-1969, ed. Gordon Van Ness. Sewanee Review 112.4 (2004): cxv-cxvii. Print.

2005

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Anderson, John. “The Triumph of Trying: James Dickey’s Mystical Journey through The Zodiac.” James Dickey Newsletter XXII (I) 2005: 25-32. Print.

Bennett, Alma.  “Introduction.” Dickey’s Legacy as a Research Project. South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 77-78. Print.

Bowen, Scott. “Reading the Verse of Orion.” James Dickey Newsletter XX (I) 2005: 1-16. Print.

Brosman, Catharine Savage.  “Dickey at Rice.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 74-75. Print.

Chapman, Wayne K. “A Celebration of James Dickey.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 17-18. Print.

—.  “Dickey Redivivus: Appearances at Clemson, 1966-1986.  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 78-85. Print.

—.  “Introduction.”  A Poet’s Perspective.  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 44. Print.

Clabough, Casey. “Advancing the Work: A Celebration of James Dickey at Clemson University.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) Spring 2005: 36-39. Print.

—. “Elements of Dickey’s Fiction.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 29-33. Print.

Dickey, Bronwen. “The Truth as ‘Lie’: James Dickey and The Spirit Of Poetic Revelation.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 19-23. Print.

Dickey, Christopher. “The Sharks in the Parlor: Fact, Fiction, and Foreign Policy.  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 5-16. Print.

Dickey, Kevin.  “Comments on ‘The Sheep Child’ and ‘The Bee’.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 45-48. Print.

Eisiminger, Skip. “A Year with James Dickey.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 24-29. Print.

—.  “General Introduction.” Special Issue: James Dickey Revisited. South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 3.

Geckle, George. “Dickey Inside Out.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II)  (2005): 4-9. Print.

Greer, Ben.  “Jim Dickey’s Last Assignment. ‘Terminal’.”  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 104. Print.

Havird, David. “Revising Holy Writ: James Dickey at Mid-Week Manna.” James Dickey Newsletter XXII (I) Fall 2005: 17-24. Print.

Hill, Jane.  “Wreckage Forever.” “Ode to a Clay Pot.” “Men without War.” “Parents Like Pigs.” “Dancing in Paradise.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 62-71. Print.

Hill, Robert W. “Borges Essaying a Poem on James Dickey Essaying A Poem On The Impending Blindness Of Borges.”  J the Pretender.” “Sweet Pea.” “Of All Possible.”    South Carolina Review 55-62 (2005). Print.

Kellar, Allison. “James Dickey: An Exploration of ‘Exchanges’.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (Spring 2005): 85-92. Print.

Kirschten, Robert. “Teaching the Work of James Dickey.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II)  (Spring 2005): 10-17. Print.

Lane, John.  “On the Chattooga.”  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 34-38.  Print.

—.  “Outing Program.” “The Fear Program.” “First Psalm of the Mad Kayaker.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 71-73. Print.

Leising, Gary. “Why James Dickey Taught Ern Malley: Imagination and the Imagined Poet.”  James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) (Spring 2005): 25-30. Print.

Lighter, J. E. “Literature, World War II.” Americans at War. Ed. John P. Resch. Vol. 3: 1901-1945. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005. 98-99. Print.

Meyers, Susan. “The Voice(s) Of James Dickey.” South Carolina Review 38.1 (2005): 249-253. Print.

Middleton, David.  “The Progress of the Moon.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 76. Print.

Norton, Ross.  “Deliverance Road Excursion: Photographs.”  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 105-06. Print.

Sams, Kathy. “General Introduction.” Special Issue: James Dickey Revisited. South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 4.

Shaw, Denise. “Rape, Murder, and Masculinity in Deliverance.” James Dickey Newsletter XXII (I) Fall 2005: 33-45. Print.

Smith, Randall. “Writer, Reader, Student: Into the Maw of the Monster.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) Spring 2005: 18-24. Print.

Standridge, Janice. “Researching Dickey’s ‘Falling’.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 92-97.  Print.

Stender, Jessica.  “Dickey’s ‘The Eagle’s Mile’ in the Making.”  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 98-104. Print.

Swanson, Marshall. “Deliverance, the Classic.” The Carolinian (Aug 2005). Rpt. in James Dickey Newsletter XXII (I) Fall 2005: iii-iv. Print.

Thesing, William B. “Teaching James Dickey; James Dickey Teaching.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) (Spring 2005): 1-35. Print.

Walker, Sue.  “To Create Contiguity: James Dickey and the Word.”  South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 49-55. Print.

—.  “Woman as Nature/Nature as Woman: Interiority and Exteriority, Psychic Life, the Environment, and the Deep Ecology of James Dickey.” South Carolina Review 37.2 (2005): 38-43. Print.

Wilson, Austin. “Catching Mr. Dickey.” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) Spring 2005: 31-35. Print.

Winton, Calhoun. “James Dickey Being Taught: In the Classroom at Vanderbilt University (and Elsewhere).” James Dickey Newsletter XXI (II) Spring 2005: 1-3. Print.

Wright, James. “To James Dickey.” American Poetry Review 34.4 (2005): 26. Print.

Mentions

Orr, David. “I and You.” New York Times: G14. Print.

2006

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Burns, Rebecca, and Bill Warhop. “James Dickey.” Atlanta Magazine 46.1 (2006): 112. Print.

Copestake, Ian D. “Jeffers and the Inhumanism of James Dickey’s To the White Sea.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (I) 2006: 42-49. Print.

Greiner, Donald J. “James Dickey’s Library: A Lifetime of Poetry and the World of Books.” James Dickey Newsletter XXII (II) Spring 2006: 1-9. Print.

—. “Making the Truth: James Dickey’s Last Major Interview.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (I) Fall 2006: 1-26. Print.

Meyers, Jeffrey. “Confronting the Demons.” Georgia Review 60.3/4 (2006): 775-781. Print.

Scott, Patrick. “Letter to the Editor: James Dickey’s Library.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (I) Fall 2006: iii. Print.

Turner, Daniel Cross. “Modern Primitives: Mergings in the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren and James Dickey.” South Carolina Review 38.2 (2006): 173-182. Print.

Welling, Bart H. “‘A Peculiar Kind of Intimacy’: Men, Nature, and the Unnatural in ‘The Sheep Child’ and Deliverance.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (I) Fall 2006: 27-41. Print.

2007

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Davenport, Brenna. “Robert Frost versus James Dickey: Their Perceptions of the ‘Sound of Sense’.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) Fall 2007: 27-32. Print.

Dickey, Christopher.  “War and Deliverance.” The Daily Beast. 16 Oct 2007. Web. 26 Feb. 2012.

Entzminger, Betina. “Come Back to the Raft Ag’in, Ed Gentry.” Southern Literary Journal. 40.1 (2007): 98-113. Print.

Feeney, Shannon. “Sylvia Plath and James Dickey: Societal Constraints upon a Woman.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) 2007: 33-38. Print.

Hayes, Aaron. “Ezra Pound and James Dickey: And We Aren’t Talking about Fantasy Allusions Either.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) Fall 2007: 19-25. Print.

Hill, Jane. “‘All Mere Complexities’: The Byzantium Forged in the Smithy of Dickey’s Critical Soul.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (II) Spring 2007): 13-24. Print.

Hodge, Marion. “Apostrophe in Puella.”James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (II) Spring 2007: 1-12. Print.

Hutchens, Eric. “The Spiritual Instinct of James Dickey.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) Fall 2007) 39-45. Print.

Mahoney, William. “Deliverance into Manhood.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) Fall 2007: 1-5. Print.

Morris, M. James Dickey’s “The Owl King,” the Red Angel Press, and Experiments in Book Form. James Dickey Newsletter, XXIV (I) Fall 2007: 7-11. Print.

Pate, George. “Voyeurism, Sado-Eroticism, and Exorcism: James Dickey’s ‘The Fiend’.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (I) Fall 2007: 13-18. Print.

Potts, James. “James Dickey as Critic: The Savage Ideal as Criterion.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (II) Spring 2007: 25-30. Print.

Silver, Timothy. “The Deliverance Factor.” Special Forum: Films Every Environmental Historian Should See. in Environmental History. 12.2 (2007): 369-71. Print.

Taylor, Charles. “Other Releases.” New York Times: A60. Sep 09 2007. Print.

Walker, Sue. “The River: Mouth, Metaphor, and the Chiastic Deep Ecology of Deliverance.James Dickey Newsletter XXIII (II) 2007: 31-41. Print.

Reviews

Byrne, Edward.  “James Dickey: ‘The Firebombing’.” Rev. of “The Firebombing.” One Poet’s Notes: Valparaiso Poetry Review. 26 Sept. 2007.  Web. 26 Feb. 2012.

Morrison, Dave.  “Deliverance by James Dickey.” Rev. of Deliverance Book reMARKS 31 Aug. 2007. Web 26 Feb. 2012.

Dissertations

Swenson, Jeffrey Charles. “Canoe Passages: Cross-Cultural Conveyance in United States and Canadian Literature.” Diss. U of Iowa, 2007. Print.

2008

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Farmer, Angela. “The Worst Fate: Male Rape as Masculinity Epideixes in James Dickey’s Deliverance and the American Prison Narrative.” Atenea 28.1 (2008): 103-115. Print.

Flannagan, Beckie. “Whitman, Dickey, and the Poet’s Assumption of Guilt.” James Dickey Newsletter XXV (I) Fall 2008: 30-34. Print.

Hendricks, Randy. “Poetic Affinities: James Dickey and Robert Penn Warren.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (II) Spring 2008: 21-28. Print.

Knepper, Steven. “‘Do You Know What the Hail You’re Talkin’ About?’: Deliverance, Stereotypes, and the Lost Voice of the Rural Poor.” James Dickey Newsletter XXV (I) 2008: 17-29. Print.

Osborne, Virginia Nickles. “‘Let’s Go to the Woods, Boys’: Reading Deliverance as a Cold War Novel.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (II) 2008: 1-20. Print.

Thesing, William B., and David A. Wright.” Dealing with ‘Immortal Works’: James Dickey’s Last Public Discussion of Deliverance.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (II) Spring 2008: 36-42. Print.

Van Ness, Gordon. “‘Like the Explosion of a Star’: The Ecstatic Moment, James Dickey, and the Tradition.” James Dickey Newsletter XXIV (II) Spring 2008: 29-35. Print.

Mentions

Garner, Dwight. “The Intersection of Poetry and Politics.” New York Times (1923-Current                  file): C1. Dec 25 2008. Print.

 2009

III.  Secondary Sources

Books and Pamphlets

Thesing, William B. Reading, Learning, Teaching James Dickey. New York, NY: Peter                        Lang, 2009. Print.

Thesing, William B., and Theda Wrede, eds. The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical                      Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P,                      2009. Print.

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Applewhite, James. “Structures of Transcendence: Dickey’s Male Self and the Other.” The                 Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century.                     Ed.  William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P,                      2009. 66-75. Print.

Butterworth, Keen. “The Religious Impulse and Dickey’s ‘The Owl King’.” The Way We
            Read  James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century
. Ed. William             B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009. 129-138.                 Print.

Clabough, Casey. “Writing One’s Immortality: Dickey’s Reputation as a Southern Writer.”                 The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century.             Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P,               2009.  25-34. Print.

Conroy, Pat. “‘Wild to Be Wreckage Forever’: Dickey’s Influence and Reputation.” The Way               We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed.                       William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009.                   13-24. Print.

FHB. “‘The Last Time I Saw Donald Armstrong’ – The Bob Dylan/James Dickey                                     Connection.”  Dreamtime 5 Aug. 2009. Web.  26 Feb 2012.

Goldensohn, Lorrie. “The War Poetry of James Dickey.”The Way We Read James Dickey:                 Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and                   Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009. 151-161. Print.

Hodge, Marion. “Aspects of Invention in James Dickey’s Poems.”South Carolina Review                     42.1 (2009): 132-142. Print.

—. “The Theme of the Visionary Poet.”The Way We Read James Dickey:                                                 Critical  Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and                       Theda Wrede.  Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009. 107-119. Print.

Larrissy, Edward. “Gender, Being, and Artifice in James Dickey’s Puella.”The Way We Read             James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B.             Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009. 228-238.                     Print.

Leising, Gary. “‘More in Two Worlds than One’: The Imagination and Writing Process of                     James Dickey.” The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the                           Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of              South Carolina P, 2009. 51-65. Print.

Lewis, Kevin. “‘Reeling and Staggering’: The Ecstatic Moment in the Poetry of James                          Dickey.”  The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First             Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South                           Carolina P, 2009. 120-128. Print.

Levin, Cherry. “Adherence to Propp: James Dickey’s Deliverance in Novel and Film.” The                    Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First                                      Century. Ed.   William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South                          Carolina P, 2009.  76-87. Print.

Liénard-Yeterian, Marie. “James Dickey’s Deliverance: When a Southern House Is Flooded                by a Haunted River.” Gothic N.E.W.S.: Exploring the Gothic in Relation to New                        Critical Perspectives and the Geographical Polarities of North, East, West and                          South. Ed. Max Duperray and Gilles Menegaldo. Paris, France: Michel Houdiard,                      2009. 251-262. MLA   International Bibliography. Web. 23 Feb. 2012.

Lightweis-Goff, Jennie. “‘How Willing to Let Anything Be Done’: James Dickey’s Feminist                    Praxis.” The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First              Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South                            Carolina P, 2009. 239-251. Print.

Madden, Ed. “The Buggering Hillbilly and the Buddy Movie: Male Sexuality in                                        Deliverance.”  The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the                            Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of              South Carolina P, 2009. 195-209. Print.

Makala, Jeffrey. “Newly Accessible Research Materials on James Dickey at the University of             South Carolina.”James Dickey Newsletter XXV (II) Spring 2009: 42-44. Print.

Pair, Joyce M. “Forging Alliances: James Dickey/James Dickey Newsletter.” The Way We                 Read  James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed.                             William B.Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009.                   35-47.  Print.

Pitofsky, Alex. “The Education of Lewis Medlock: Narcissism and Survival in Deliverance.”             James Dickey Newsletter XXV (II) Spring 2009: 1-16. Print.

Schell, Jennifer. “Ed Gentry’s ‘Man Crush’: Idolatry, Power, and Love in James Dickey’s                       Deliverance.” The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the                             Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of             South Carolina P, 2009. 210-227. Print.

Smith, Randall. “James Dickey and His Reader: The Movement from Drowning to                                 Deliverance.” The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the                               Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of              South Carolina P, 2009. 88-104. Print.

Turner, Daniel Cross. “Mock Primitive: The Artful Ethnography of James Dickey.” The Way                We  Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First Century. Ed.                  William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2009.                  162-176. Print.

Van Ness, Gordon. “James Dickey’s Pantheism: Nature and Philosophy in the Last Motion.”                The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-First                   Century.Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of South                            Carolina P, 2009. 139-148. Print.

Vaughan, David K. Words to Measure a War: Nine American Poets of World War II.                          “James Dickey.” Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. Print.

Wrede, Theda. “Nature and Gender in James Dickey’s Deliverance: An Ecofeminist                                Reading.” The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the                                    Twenty-First Century. Ed. William B. Thesing and Theda Wrede. Columbia, SC: U of              South Carolina P, 2009. 177-192. Print.

Wright, David A. “‘The Advance Commandos of Some Invading Force’: Deliverance and                      Predator, an (Un)Likely Comparison.” James Dickey Newsletter XXV (II)                                   2009:17-34. Print.

Review

Byrne, Edward.  “James Dickey:  ‘Sleeping Out at Easter’.” Rev. of “Sleeping Out at Easter.”                One Poet’s Notes: Valparaiso Poetry Review 12 Apr 2009. Web. 26 Feb. 2012.

Mentions

Daniloff, Caleb.  “Christopher Dickey on Terrorism, and Moving Beyond a Famous Father.”               BU Today. 30 Sept. 2009.  Web 26 Feb. 2012.

Dissertations

Weiss, Daniel. “Cormac McCarthy, Violence, and the American Tradition.” Diss. Wayne                       State U, 2009. Print.

2010

 III. Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Havird, David. “‘The Fear-Killing Moves of Her Body’: Sexual Positions in the Poems of                        James Dickey.” James Dickey Review XXVII (I) Fall 2010: 36-47. Print.

Dissertations

Osborne, Virginia Nickles. “Dark and Bloody Ground: Southern Literature After the Bomb.”             Diss. U of Cincinnati, 2010. Print.

2011

III.  Secondary Sources

Articles, Interviews, Chapters of Books

Dean, Michael P. “James Dickey at South Carolina: A Personal Reminiscence.” Valley                            Voices: A Literary Review 11.1 (2011): 9-17. Print.

Ellison.  “Archery Lessons with James Dickey.”  Smoky Muntain News  9 Mar. 2011. Web.                 25 Feb. 2012.

Hodge, Marion.  “Structural Elements of the Puella Interior Monologues.”  James                                  Dickey Review  XXVIII (I) Fall/Winter 2011. 29-48.

Mayhew, Alison. “Heaven of Animals? The Transcendental Journey of Muldrow in To the                    White Sea.”James Dickey Review  XXVII (II) Spring/Summer 2011: 40-44. Print.

Monacell, Peter. “The Death of Pastoral: Suburbia in James Dickey’s ‘The Firebombing’.”                    James Dickey James Dickey Review XXVII (II) Spring/Summer 2011: 21-36. Print.

Oostdjik, Diederik.  “James Dickey’s Hypermasculinity.”  Among the Nightmare Fighters:                American Poets of World War II.  Columbia: South Carolina Press, 2011: 125-36.

Smith, R. T. “Transformation in Poetry: On the Threshold of the Possible: A Lecture.” James              Dickey Review XXVII (II) Spring/Summer 2011: 10-17. Print.

Dissertations

Petersen, Kyle. “Folk Music as a Cultural Signifier in the Contemporary American South.”                    Diss. U of South Carolina, 2011. Print.

 

 

 

 

 

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