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Journal and Periodical Articles

Adams, J. Donald. “Speaking of Books.” New York Times Book Review 2 Dec., 9 Dec. 1956: 2, 2.

Alton, J. D. “Courting Elizabeth Bowen.” Irish Review 42 (2010): 128 – 136.

Antonini, Giacomo. “I poemi in prosa de Elizabeth Bowen.” La Fiera Letteraria 10.14 (3 April 1955): 1 – 2.

Artuso, Kathryn Stelmach. “Transatlantic Rites of Passage in the Friendship and Fiction of Eudora Welty and Elizabeth Bowen.” Eudora Welty Review 4.1 (2012): 39 – 67.

Atkins, John. “Dreams of Nowhere.” Books and Bookmen 14.8 (May 1969): 8 – 10.

B., G. “Elizabeth Bowen.” New York Times 12 Jan. 1964: BR4.

Baker, Carlos. “Death of a Ghost.” Nation 5 Feb. 1955: 123.

Baro, Gene. “A Shared Life.” New York Times 21 Nov. 1955: BR83.

---. “A Balanced Appraisal.” New York Times Book Review 17 June 1962: 6.

---. “The Genius Was Chance.” New York Times Book Review 12 Jan. 1964: 4.

Bates, Judith. “Undertones of Horror in Elizabeth Bowen's Look at AllThose Roses and The Cat Jumps.” Journal of the Short Story in English 8 (1987): 81– 91.

Beck, Martha A. “Vassar Student Talks about Elizabeth Bowen.” Mademoiselle 51 (July 1960): 6, 88.

The Bellman. “Meet Elizabeth Bowen.” The Bell 4 (Sept. 1942): 420 – 26.

Bennett, Andrew. “Children, Death, and the Enigmatic Signifier: Wordsworth and Bowen.” Ignorance (2009): n.p.

Bentley, Phyllis. “Is the British Novel Dead?” Saturday Review 19 (28 Jan. 1939): 3 – 4.

Bergler, Edmund, M. D. “The Relation of the Artist to Society: A Psychoanalyst's Comment on the Exchange of Letters Between V. S. Pritchett, Elizabeth Bowen, and Graham Greene.” American Imago 5 (1948): 247– 58.

Bertolotti, Sonia. “Studi su Elizabeth Bowen.” Cultura 15 (1977): 120 – 31.

Bidney, Martin. “Nostalgic Narcissism in Comic and Tragic Perspectives: Elizabeth Bowen's Two-Fictional Reworkings of a Tennyson Lyric.” Studies in Short Fiction 33 (1996): 59– 68.

“Books—Authors.” New York Times 13 Feb. 1957: 33.

Boucher, Anthony. “Phantoms are Inside: A Book of Modern Ghosts Ed. Cynthia Asquith, Introduction Elizabeth Bowen.” New York Times 19 April 1953: BR22.

Brandes, Lawrence. “Aspects of E. M. Forster.” Literary Half-Yearly. 10 (July 1969): 95 – 104.

Breit, Harvey. “Talk with Miss Bowen.” New York Times Book Review 55 (26 March 1950): 27; The Writer Observed. Cleveland: World Publishing, 1956; London: Alvin Redmond, 1956, 107 – 10.

Brierre, Anne. “Littérature anglo-irlandaise.” La Revue des Deux Mondes 140 (1 Jan. 1968): 83 – 86.

Brooke-Rose, Christine. “Lady Precious Stream.” London Magazine 4 (May 1964): 83 – 86.

Brown, Matthew. “Strange Associations: Elizabeth Bowen and the Language of Exclusion.” Irish Studies Review 20.1 (2012): 3 – 24.

---. “Elizabeth Bowen: new critical perspectives.” (Review) Irish Studies Review 20.1 (2012): 103 – 106.

Browne, A. “Rev. of Elizabeth Bowen: New Critical Perspectives, ed. by Susan Osborn.” Studies 98.391 (2009): 350 – 352.

Bufkin, E. C. “Elizabeth Bowen: A Portrait.” Review 2 (1980): 297– 306.

Burgess, Anthony. “Treasures and Fetters.” Spectator 21 Feb. 1964: 254.

C. E. “Review of 'Castle Anna.'“ Spectator 5 March 1948: 285.

Cecil, David. “Chronicler of the Heart: The British Writer, Elizabeth Bowen.” Vogue (American ed.) 122 (1 Nov. 1953): 118 – 19.

Chessman, Harriet. “Women and Language in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.” Twentieth Century Literature 29 (1983): 69– 85.

Church, Margaret. “Social Consciousness in the Works of Elizabeth Bowen, Iris Murdoch and Mary Lavin.” College Literature 7 (1980): 158– 63.

---. “The Irish Writer, Elizabeth Bowen, 'Her Table Spread': Allusion and 'Anti-Roman.'“ Folio: Papers on Foreign Languages and Literature 11 (1978): 17– 20.

Clare, David. “C. S. Lewis: An Irish Writer.” Irish Studies Review 18.1 (2010): 17 – 38.

“Climate of Treason.” Times Literary Supplement 2457 (5 March 1949): 152.

Cloyne, George. “Is it Irish To be Modest?” New York Herald Tribute Books 10 June 1962: 16.

Coates, John. “Social Discontinuity in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen: The Conservative Quest.” Studies in British Literature 38 (1998): n.p.

---. “The Moral Argument of Elizabeth Bowen's Ghost Stories.” Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature LII.4 (2000): 293– 309.

Coles, William. “The Pattern of Responsibility in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” Harvard Advocate 137 (Dec. 1952): 20 – 22, 37 – 40.

Colum, Mary M. “Do We Learn from History?” Saturday Review 24 (5 Sept. 1942): 3 – 4.

“Considered Trifles.” TLS (9 June 1950): 32.

Corn, Alfred. “An Anglo-Irish Novelist.” Yale Review 67 (1977 – 78): 615 – 22.

Crichton-Gordon, Mollie. “Elizabeth Bowen, A Great Woman Novelist.” World Review (Sept. 1946): 44 – 45.

Crowell, Ellen. “Ghosting the Llangollen Ladies: Female Intimacies, Ascendancy Exiles, and the Anglo-Irish Novel.” Eire-Ireland 39.3 (2004): 202– 27.

Cullingford, Elizabeth. “’Something Else’: Gendering Onliness in Elizabeth Bowen’s Early Fiction.” Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (2007): 276 – 305.

Curtin, M. E. “’Ghastly good taste’: The Interior Decorator and the Ethics of Design in Evelyn Waugh and Elizabeth Bowen.” Home Cultures 7.1 (2010): 5 – 24.

Daiches, David. “The Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” English Journal 38 (June 1949): 305 – 13.

Davenport, Guy. “Distaff and Apron Strings.” National Review 25 Feb. 1964: 160– 63.

---. “Elizabeth Bowen and the Big House.” Southern Humanities Review 8 (Winter 1974): 27 – 34.

Davis, Robert Gorham. “The Literary Wisdom of Elizabeth Bowen.” New York Times 23 July 1950: BR3.

Davis, Robert M. “Contributions to Night and Day by Elizabeth Bowen, Graham Greene, and Anthony Powell.” Studies in the Novel 3 (1971): 401 – 4.

Davis, T. S. “Elizabeth Bowen’s War Gothic.” Textual Practice 27.1 (2013): 29 – 47.

Deitch, J. “Miss Bowen Scans a Turbulent Scene.” Christian Science Monitor Magazine (6 Jan 1951): 13.

Delaney, Paul. “’Acts of Remembrance’: History, Anxiety and Elizabeth Bowen.” Etudes Irlandaises 31.1 (Spring 2006): 87 – 103.

De Vries, Peter. “Touch and Go (with a Low Bow to Elizabeth Bowen).” New Yorker 26 Jan. 1952: 30– 32.

D’Hoker, Elke. “The Poetics of House and Home in the Short Stories of Elizabeth Bowen.” Orbis Litterarum 67.4 (2012): 267 – 289.

Dukes, Thomas. “Desire Satisfied: War and Love in The Heat of the Day and Moon Tiger.” War, Literature, and the Arts 3.1 (1991): 75– 97.

---. “The Unorthodox Plots of Elizabeth Bowen.” Studies in the Humanities 16 (1989): 10– 23.

Dunleavy, Janet Egleson. “The Subtle Satire of Elizabeth Bowen and Mary Lavin.” Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 2 (1983): 69– 82.

Ellman, Mary. “Words, Words.” Atlantic Monthly Nov. 1968: 124– 26.

Fadiman, Clifton. “The Decline of Attention.” Saturday Review 32 (6 Aug. 1949): 20 – 24.

Farrell, Marcia K. “Review of Susan Osborn’s Elizabeth Bowen: New Critical Perspectives.” Modern Fiction Studies 56.2 (2010): 436 – 438.

Farrelly, John. “The Art of Elizabeth Bowen: Her Short Stories of War and its Repercussions in the Life of England.” New York Times 7 Apr. 1946: 126.

Fraser, G. S. “Muffled Poetry.” New Statesman and Nation 13 Oct. 1961: 520– 21.

Fremantle, Anne. “Thirty Years A-Growing.” Commonwealth 53 (23 March 1951): 593 – 94.

Furbank, P. N. “Between Past and Present.” Times Literary Supplement (London) 22 May 1981: 4077. 563.

“Giants Within.” TLS 8 July 1965: 573.

Gildersleeve, J. “Rev. of Elizabeth Bowen, Allan Hepburn, ed. The Bazaar and Other Stories.” Modern Language Studies 39.1 (2009): 100 – 103.

Gildersleeve, Jessica. “People, Places, Things: Essays by Elizabeth Bowen, ed. by Allan Hepburn (review).” The Modern Language Review. 105.1 (2010): 232.

Giobbi, Giuliana. “A Blurred Picture: Adolescent Girls Growing Up in Fanny Burney, George Eliot, Rosamond Lehmann, Elizabeth Bowen, and Dacia Maraini. Journal of European Studies 25.2 (1995): 141– 64.

Glendinning, Victoria. “Love’s Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie.” Brick 82 (Winter 2009): 86 – 103.

Gold, Herbert. “Random Dreams, True and False.” Hudson Review 8 (1955): 150– 55.

Gonzalez, Alexander G. “Elizabeth Bowen's 'Her Table Spread': A Joycean Irish Story.” Studies in Short Fiction 30.3 (1993): 343– 48.

Gordan, John D. “New in the Berg Collection: 1959 – 1961.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 68 (Feb. 1964): 81 – 82.

Greene, George. “Elizabeth Bowen: Imagination as Therapy.” Perspective 14 (Spring 1965): 42 – 52.

Greene, Graham. “Two Novels.” Spectator 7 Oct. 1938: 578.

---. “The Dark Backward: A Footnote.” London Mercury 32 (1935): 562 – 65; Collected Essays. London: The Bodley Head, 1969. 69 – 74.

Grubgeld, Elizabeth. “Cultural Autobiography and the Female Subject: The Genre of the Patrilineal History and the Lifewriting of Elizabeth Bowen.” Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 27 (1994): 209– 26.

Guzzardi, Walter, Jr. “Reactionary Orphan.” Saturday Review 7 Dec. 1968: 53.

Hale, Nancy. “Shakespeare and the Musical Glasses.” Virginia Quarterly Review XL (1964): 316– 20.

Halio, Jay L. “A Sense of the Present.” Southern Review 2 n.s. (1966): 952– 65.

Halperin, John. “Elizabeth Bowen and Henry James.” Henry James Review 7.1 (1985): 45– 47.

Hand, Derek. “Elizabeth Bowen’s Suburbia: Life after the Big House.” ABEI Journal: The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies 7 (June 2005): 143 – 50.

Hardwick, Elizabeth. “Elizabeth Bowen’s Fiction.” Partisan Review 16 (Nov. 1949): 1114 – 21.

Harkness, Bruce. “The Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.” English Journal 44 (Dec. 1955): 499 – 506.

Harte, Liam. “’The Endless Mountain of the Shore’: Colm Toibin’s Marine Imaginary.” Studies in Contemporary Fiction 51.4 (2010): 333 – 349.

Haskings, Selina. “Rev. of Love’s Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen & Charles Ritchie—Letters & Diaries 1941 – 1973, edited by Victoria Glendinning.” The Literary Review (Feb. 2009); 38.

Havinghurst, Walter. “Hypnotic Days at Montefort.” Saturday Review 15 Jan. 1955: 16.

Hawkins, Desmond. “Fiction Chronicle.” Criterion 18 (1938): 82 – 92.

Hepburn, Allan. “French Translations: Elizabeth Bowen and the Idea of a Character.” University of Toronto Quarterly 79.4 (2010): 1054 – 1063.

Hewitt, Douglass. “English Fiction of the Early Modern Period 1890.” Review of English Studies 43 (1992): 276– 77.

Hill, Rosemary. “Rev. of Love’s Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen & Charles Ritchie, Letters and Diaries 1941 – 1973, edited by Victoria Glendinning.” The London Review of Books 31. 7 (2009): 21.

---. “Rev. of People, Places, Things: Essays by Elizabeth Bowen, edited by Allan Hepburn.” The London Review of Books 31. 7 (2009): 21.

Hooper, Brad. “Elizabeth Bowen's 'The Happy Autumn Fields': A Dream or Not?” Studies in Short Fiction 21.2 (1984): 151– 53.

Hopkins, Chris. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Review of Contemporary Fiction 21.2 (2001): 114– 41.

Hopkins, Gerard. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Landmark 16 (August 1934): 409 – 12.

Hutchens, John K. “Elizabeth Bowen.” New York Herald Tribune Books 26 (26 March 1950): 3.

Inglesby, Elizabeth C. “’Expressive Objects’: Elizabeth Bowen’s Narrative Materializes.” Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (2007): 306 – 333.

Ingman, Heather. “Translating Between Cultures: A Kristevan Reading of the Theme of the Foreigner in Some Twentieth-Century Novels by Irish Women.” Yearbook of English Studies 36.1 (2006): 177 – 90.

Innes, C. L. “Custom, Ceremony and Innocence.” Troubled histories, troubled fictions: twentieth-century Anglo-Irish prose. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995: 105– 17.

“The Innocent and the Damned.” Time 33 (30 Jan. 1939): 65– 66.

“An Irish Summer.” TLS (4 Mar. 1955): 132.

Jarrett, Mary. “Ambiguous Ghosts: The Short Stories of Elizabeth Bowen.” Journal of the Short Story in English 8 (1987): 71– 79.

Johnson, Toni O'Brien. “Light and the Enlightenment in Elizabeth Bowen's Irish Novels.” ARIEL: A Review of the International English Literature 18.2 (1987): 47– 62.

Jordan, Heather Bryant. “Rifling the Past: Elizabeth Bowen's Wartime Autobiography.” Notes on Modern Irish Literature 2 (1990): 52– 57.

---. “The Territory of Elizabeth Bowen's Wartime Short Stories.” Library Chronicle of the University of Texas 48 (1989): 69– 85.

---. “A Bequest of Her Own: The Reinvention of Elizabeth Bowen. New Hibernia Review 12.2 (2008): 46 – 62.

Kalb, B. “Biographical Sketch.” Saturday Review 15 Jan. 1955: 16.

Kelly, Marian. “The Power of the Past: Structural Nostalgia in Elizabeth Bowen's The House in Paris and The Little Girls.” Style 36 (2002): 1– 18.

Kemp, Sandra. “'But How Describe a World Seen without a Self?': Feminism, Fiction and Modernism.” Critical Quarterly 32.1 (Spring 1990): 99– 118.

Kiely, Benedict. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Irish Monthly 78 (1950): 175 – 81.

Kitagawa, Yoriko. “Saigo no kugatsu: Erizabesu Bouen no Airurando.” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 151.5 (Aug. 2005): 258 – 62.

Langley, Lois. “Bowen in the Looking-Glass.” Guardian (24 June 1970): 8.

Laski, Marghanita. “And Three for Tea.” Saturday Review 11 Jan. 1964: 63– 64.

---. “The 'X' Factor in Beholding.” Saturday Review 28 July 1962: 42– 43.

Latimer, Margery. “Obscure Urges.” New York Herald Tribune Books 8 April 1928: 4.

Laurence, Patricia. “Broadcasting Elizabeth Bowen.” Journal of Modern Literature 35 .2 (2012): 139 – 142.

Lazenbatt, Bill. “’How Might the World Be Luckier’: Eudora Welty and the Irish.” Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 9.2 (Oct. 2005): 159 – 74.

Linett, Maren Tova. “Elizabeth Bowen (review.)” Modern Fiction Studies 56.2 (2010): 448 – 450.

Ludwig, J. B. “The New World of Elizabeth Bowen.” New Republic 31 Jan. 1955: 18– 19.

MacLaren-Ross, J. “A World of Women.” Punch 228 (23 March 195): 366 – 67.

Markovic, Vida E. “Elizabet Bouin.” Savremenick (Belgrade) 9 (1956): 244 – 60.

Mattison, Alice. “Jane Austen with Cigarettes.” Southwest Review 89 (2004): 282– 92.

Mayer, Susanne. “Elsemarie Maletzke—Elizabeth Bowen.” Die Zeit 64.7 (2009): 51.

Mayrer, R. “Gothic Memory and Forgetfulness in Elizabeth Bowen’s A World of Love and ‘The Demon Lover.’” Irish Studies Review 16.1 (2008): 33 – 40.

McCormack, W. J. “Irish Gothic and After (1820– 1945).” The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, vol. II. Ed. Seamus Deane. Derry: Field Day, 1991. 831– 54.

Medoff, Jeslyn. “'There is no elsewhere': Elizabeth Bowen's Perceptions of War.” Modern Fiction Studies 30 (1984): 73– 81.

Melchiori, Georgio. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Le Spettatore italiano 8 (May 1955): 186 – 92.

Miller, Brook. “The Impersonal Personal: Value, Voice, and Agency in Elizabeth Bowen’s Literary and Social Criticism.” Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (2007): 351 – 369.

Miller, Edward. “Themes in Elizabeth Bowen's Short Stories.” Critique 8 (1966): 41– 54.

Miller, Jane. “Re-Reading Elizabeth Bowen.” Raritan 20.1 (2000): 17– 31.

Miller, Kristine A. “'Even a Shelter's Not Safe': The Biltz on Homes in Elizabeth Bowen's Wartime Writing.” Twentieth Century Literature 45 (1999): 138– 58.

Mitchell, Edward. “Themes in Elizabeth Bowen’s Short Stories.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 8.3 (Spring-Summer 1966): 41 – 54.

Monaghan, Charles. “Elizabeth Bowen on What She Reads.” Book World 2 (10 Nov. 1968): 6.

Mooney, Sinéad. “Unstable Compounds: Bowen’s Beckettian Affinities.” Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (2007): 238 – 256.

Moran, P. W. “Elizabeth Bowen’s Toys and the Imperatives of Play.” Eire-Ireland 46.1 – 2 (2011): 152 – 176.

Morris, Alice S. “A Longing Tethered to the Past: Elizabeth Bowen's New Novel Probes the Haunting Hold of a Vanished Love.” New York Times 16 Jan. 1955: BR1.

---. “The Early Art of Elizabeth Bowen.” New York Times 7 Jan. 1951: 172.

Moss, Howard. “Interior Children.” New Yorker (5 Feb. 1979): 121 – 22, 125 – 28.

Moynahan, J. “Elizabeth Bowen, Anglo-Irish Postmorten.” Raritan 9.2 (1989): 68– 88.

Nischik, Reingard M. “'. . . und für einmal statt der Texte die Kürzungen zu interpretieren': Beitrag zur Problematik von Textkürzungen anhand von Elizabeth Bowens The Demon Lover.” Neusprachliche Mitteilungen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis 36.3 (1983): 143– 49.

O’Faolain, Sean. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Britain Today 3 (March 1948): 16 – 19.

Osborn, Susan. “Reconsidering Elizabeth Bowen.” Modern Fiction Studies 52.1 (2006): 187– 97.

---. “Elizabeth Bowen: New Directions for Critical Thinking.” Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (2007): 225 – 237.

Parrish, Paul A. “The Loss of Eden: Four Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 15.1 (1973): 86 – 100.

Parsons, Deborah L. “Souls Astray: Elizabeth Bowen's Landscape of War.” Women: A Cultural Review 8.1 (1997): 24– 32. Poore, Charles. “Books of the Time: Elizabeth Bowen's Wonderland.” New York Times (17 Oct. 1968): 45.

---. “Books of the Time.” New York Times 14 June 1962: 31.

Podnieks, Elizabeth. “Love’s Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie: Letters and Diaries, 1941 – 1973.” University of Toronto Quarterly 79.1 (2010): 498 – 499.

Pritchett, V. S. “The Future of English Fiction.” Partisan Review 15 (1948): 1063 – 70.

---. “Prospects for the English Novel.” New York Times Book Review 54 (17 April 1949): 1, 21 – 22.

Reynolds, Paige. “’Colleen Modernism’: Modernism’s Afterlife in Irish Women’s Writing.” Eire-Ireland 44. 3 – 4 (2010): 94 – 117.

Ridge, E. “Elizabeth Bowen, Howards End, and the Luggage of Modernity.” Textual Practice 27.1 (2013): 109 – 126.

Rose, Jacqueline. “Bizarre Objects: Mary Butts and Elizabeth Bowen.” Critical Quarterly 42.1 (2000): 75– 85.

---. “Shadows and Substance.” TLS 3 Nov. 1945: 521.

Rubens, Robert. “Elizabeth Bowen.” P. E. N. Broadsheet 2 (Summer 1976): 7 – 8.

Rumbarger, Lee. “Housekeeping: Women Modernists’ Writings on War and Home.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 35.1 (Jan – Feb 2006): 1 – 15.

Rupp, Richard H. “The Post-War Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.” Xavier University Studies 4 (1965): 55 – 67.

Sackville-West, Edward. “An Appraisal: Ivy Compton-Burnett and Elizabeth Bowen.” Horizon 13 (June 1946): 367 – 85.

Saul, George Brandon. “The Short Stories of Elizabeth Bowen.” Arizona Quarterly 21 (Spring 1965): 53 – 59.

Sellery, J’nan. “Elizabeth Bowen: A Check List.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library 74 (April 1970): 219 – 74).

Seward, Barbara. “Elizabeth Bowen’s World of Impoverished Love.” College English 18 (Oct. 1956): 30 – 37.

Sharp, Sister M. Corona. “the House as Setting and Symbol in Three Novels by Elizabeth Bowen.” Xavier University Studies 2 91963): 93 – 103.

Smith, D. J. “The Countess and the Poets: Constance Gore-Booth Markievicz in the Work of Irish Writers.” Journal of Irish Literature 12.1 (1983): 3– 63.

Snow, Lotus. “The Uncertain ‘I’: A Study of Elizabeth Bowen’s Fiction.” Western Humanities Review 4 (Autumn 1950): 299 – 310.

Spender, Stephen. “Books and the War—IV: The Short Story To-Day.” Penguin New Writing 5 (April 1941): 140 – 42.

Stevens, George. “Personalities and Subtle Perceptions.” Saturday Review of Literature 7 March 1936: 6.

Stewart, Victoria. “Violence and Representation in Elizabeth Bowen’s Interwar Short Stories.” English: The Journal of the English Association 58.221 (Summer 2009): 139 – 159.

Stokes, Edward. “Elizabeth Bowen—Pre-Assumption or Moral Angle?” Journal of the Australasian University Language and Literature Association 11 (Sept. 1959): 35 – 47.

Strachey, John. “The Golden Age of English Detection.” Saturday Review 19 (7 Jan. 1939): 12.

Strickhausen, H. “Elizabeth Bowen and Reality.” Sewanee Review 73 (Winter 1965): 158 – 65.

Suess, Barbara A. “When the Past Does Not Feed the Future: The 'Idea of the Past' in Three Bowen Stories.” Notes on Modern Irish Literature 9 (1997): 16– 20.

Sullivan, Walter. “A Sense of Place: Elizabeth Bowen and the Landscape of the Heart.” Sewanee Review 84 (1976): 142 – 49.

Summers-Bremner, Eluned. “Heart(h) and Home: Elizabeth Bowen's Irishness.” Etudes Irlandaises 29.2 (2004): 135– 50.

Thompson, T. W. “’Weapons of Dress’: How Elizabeth Bowen Purloined Henry James’s First Ghost Story.” CEA Critic 71.1 (2008): 45 – 57.

Thurston, L. “Double Crossing: Elizabeth Bowen’s Ghostly Short Fiction.” Textual Practice 27.1 (2013): 7 – 28.

Tillinghast, Richard. “Elizabeth Bowen: The House, the Hotel and the Child.” New Criterion 13.4 (1994): 24– 33.

“Tips.” Publisher's Weekly 3 Feb. 1964: 81.

Toki, Tomoko. “Elizabeth Bowen no Shosetsu: Sono Kaigeteki Shuho nit suite.” Oberon 16.1 (1975): 111 – 32.

Trevor, William. “Between Holyhead and Dun Laoghaire.” Times Literary Supplement (London) 6 Feb. 1981: 4061. 131.

Vallette, J. “Elizabeth Bowen.” Mercure de France 307 (Sept. 1949): 166 – 69.

Wagner, Geoffrey. “Elizabeth Bowen and the Artificial Novel.” Essays in Criticism 13 (April 1963): 155 – 63.

Wallace, Margaret. “Miss Bowen's Brilliant Stories.” New York Times 3 Aug. 1941: BR7.

Walsh, Keri. “Elizabeth Bowen, Surrealist.” Éire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies 42.3 – 4 (Fall – Winter 2007): 126 – 47.

Walton, Edith H. “The Magic of Miss Bowen's Style.” New York Times 31 Aug. 1958: BR1.

Watson, Barbara Bellow. “Variations on an Enigma: Elizabeth Bowen's War Novel.” Southern Humanities Review 15.2 (1981): 131– 51.

Weatherhead, A. Kingsley. “Elizabeth Bowen: A Writer in Residence.” CEA Critic 50 (1988): 35– 44.

Wells-Lassagne, Shannon. “Town and Country: Juxtaposing Ireland's Big House and Europe's Capitals in Bowen's The House in Paris and The Heat of the Day.” Etudes Irlandaises 30.2 (2005): n.p.

White, Sian and Pamela Thurschwell. “Introduction to ‘Elizabeth Bowen and Textual Modernity: A Special Issue of Textual Practice.Textual Practice 27.1 (2013): 1 – 6.

Wightman, Beth. “Lost in Space: Geography, Architecture and Culture in Eilís ni Dhuibhne’s The Bray House.” Space and Culture 13.2 (2010): 164 – 177.

Wills, Clair. “Rev. LITERATURE—Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie—Love’s Civil War—Letters and Diaries, 1941 – 1973; Elizabeth Bowen —People, Places, Things—Essays; The Bazaar and Other Stories—edited by Allan Hepburn.” TLS—Times Literary Supplement (03 July 2009): 7.

Williams, Raymond. “Realism and the Contemporary Novel.” Partisan Review 26 (Spring 1959): 200 – 13.

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