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Elizabeth Spencer’s Short Fiction: A Bibliography

Gérald Préher
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I am grateful to the Interlibrary Loan services of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Vanderbilt University, and Lille Catholic University for their efficiency in helping me track down numerous items referenced in this bibliography. I am also thankful to Elizabeth Spencer for giving me access to her personal collections and unpublished writings.

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Primary Sources

Collected Volumes

1Ship Island and Other Stories. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968. Print.

2The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer. New York: Doubleday, 1981. Print.

3Marilee. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1981. Print.

4Jack of Diamonds and Other Stories. New York: Viking, 1988. Print.

5The Light in the Piazza. New York: Penguin, 1986. Print.

6On the Gulf. 1991. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2012. Print.

7The Light in the Piazza and Other Italian Tales. Introd. Robert Phillips. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996. Print.

8The Southern Woman: New and Selected Fiction. New York: Modern Library, 2001. Print.

9Starting Over: Stories. New York: Liveright, 2013. Print.

Uncollected Stories

10“Pilgrimage.” Virginia Quarterly Review 26.3 (Summer 1950): 393-404. Rpt. in A New Southern Harvest. Eds. Robert Penn Warren and Albert Erskine. New York: Bantam, 1957. 210-19. Print.

11“A Beautiful Day for the Wedding.” Redbook 119 (September 1962): 48-49, 98-102. Print.

12“The Atwater Fiancee.” The Montrealer 97 (September 1963): 24-26. Print.

13“The Name of the Game.” McCall’s 99 (September 1972): 94-95, 112, 114, 117-18. Print.

14“The Mules.” Winston-Salem, NC: Palaemon, 1982. Print. [pamphlet]

15“To the Watchers While Walking Home.” Ontario Review 16 (Spring-Summer 1982): 71-74. Rpt. in 83: Best Canadian Stories. Eds. David Helwig and Sandra Martin. Ottawa: Oberon P, 1983. Also rpt. in Metavisions: An Anthology of Short Stories. Ed. Geoff Hancock. Dunvegan, Ontario: Quadrant, 1983. Print.

16“Madonna.” Hudson Review 36 (1983): 272-78. Rpt. in 84: Best Canadian Stories. Eds. David Helwig and Sandra Martin. Ottawa: Oberon P, 1984. Print.

17“The Puzzle Poem.” Hudson Review 36 (1983): 265-72. Print.

18“Up the Gatineau.” Boulevard 4.1/2 (Spring 1989): 103-15. Print.

19“Transformation.” Boulevard 10.1/2 (Spring 1995): 140-49. Print.

Selected Essays and Notes

20“On Writing Fiction.” Notes on Mississippi Writers 3 (Fall 1970): 71-72. Print.

21“Storytelling, Old and New.” The Writer 85 (January 1972): 9-10, 30. Rpt. The Writer 111 (June 1998): 12-13. Print.

22“Eudora Welty: An Introduction.” Eudora Welty Newsletter 3 (April 1979): 2-3. Rpt. in Friendship and Sympathy: Communities of Southern Women Writers. Ed. Rosemary M. Magee. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1992. 136-38. Print.

23Preface. The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer. By Elizabeth Spencer. 1981. New York: Penguin, 1983. ix-xi. Print.

24Foreword. Marilee. By Elizabeth Spencer. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1981. 6-8. Print.

25“Writers’ Panel.” E. M. Forster: Centenary Evaluations. Eds. Judith Scherer Hertz and Robert K. Martin. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1982. 288-307. Print.

26“Emerging as a Writer in Faulkner’s Mississippi.” Faulkner and the Southern Renaissance: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1981. Eds. Doreen Fowler and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1982. 120-37. Print.

27“On Pinehurst Street.” Eudora Welty: A Tribute. Printed for Stuart Wright. April 13, 1984. 21-24. Print.

28Introduction. The Light in the Piazza. By Elizabeth Spencer. New York: Penguin, 1986. xv-xix. Print.

29“Miss Jennie and Miss Willie.” An Apple for My Teacher. Ed. Louis D. Rubin. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1987. 1-13. Print.

30“Remarks on Contemporary Writing.” Michigan Quarterly Review 27 (Winter 1988). Rpt. in Friendship and Sympathy: Communities of Southern Women Writers. Ed. Rosemary M. Magee. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1992. 309-10. Print.

31“The Home Voice in a Foreign Land.” The Southern Review and Modern Literature: 1935-1985. Eds. Lewis P. Simpson, James Olney and Jo Gulledge. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1988. 126-30. Print.

32Introduction: An Opening to the Sea. On the Gulf. By Elizabeth Spencer. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2012. Print.

33“Italian Lights.” Opera News, January 2, 1993. 8-10, 46. Print.

34“Comments on ‘The Runaways.’” New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1995. Ed. Shannon Ravenel. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1995. 89-90. Print.

35“For the Ninetieth.” Eudora Welty: Writers’ Reflections Upon First Reading Welty. Ed. Pearl Amelia McHaney. Athens: Hill Street Press, 1999. 107-09. Print.

36Look Homeward, Angel: Of Ghosts, Angels, and Lostness.” North Carolina Literary Review 12 (2003): 78-86. Print.

37“One Writer’s Sense of Place.” Place in American Fiction: Excursions and Explorations. Eds. H. L. Weatherby and George Core. Columbia: Missouri UP, 2004. 60-64. Print.

38“Comments on ‘The Boy in the Tree.’” New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 2005. Ed. Shannon Ravenel. Pref. Jill McCorkle. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2005. 267. Print.

39“The Mystery at the Center.” Lincoln Center Theater Review 40 (Winter/spring 2005): 4-5. Print.

40“Eudora Welty: An Introduction.” Eudora Welty Review 1 (2009): 3-5. Print.

41“Comments on ‘Sightings.’” New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 2009. Eds. Madison Smartt Bell with Kathy Pories. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2009. 220. Print.

42“Comments on ‘Return Trip.’” New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 2010. Eds. Amy Hempel with Kathy Pories. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2010. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 2010. 272. Print.

Interviews [selection]

43“Interviews with Seven Contemporary Writers.” Interview by Laurie L. Brown. Contemporary Southern Writers: I. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Spec. issue of The Southern Quarterly 21.4 (Summer 1983): 3-22. Rpt. in Women Writers of the Contemporary South. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1984. 3-22. Print.

44“‘Characters have lives beyond fiction,’ says Elizabeth Spencer. ‘They are all living somewhere outside the book.’” Interview with Lucille King-Edwards. Books in Canada 13 (May 1984): 27-29. Print.

45“What it Means to be a Southern Writer in the ’80s: A Panel Discussion with Beverley Lowry, Reynolds Price, Elizabeth Spencer and James Whitehead.” Interview with Austin Wilson. Southern Quarterly 26.4 (Summer 1988): 80-93. Print.

46Conversations with Elizabeth Spencer. Ed. Peggy Prenshaw Whitman. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1991. Print.

47“An Interview with Elizabeth Spencer.” Interview with Corinne H. Dale, Anne-Marie Girard and J. H. E. Paine. Journal of the Short Story in English 18 (Spring 1992): 13-34. Rpt. as “Elizabeth Spencer b. 1921.” Journal of the Short Story in English 41 (Autumn 2003): 325-44. Print.

48“An Interview with Elizabeth Spencer.” Interview with Betina Entzminger. The Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 47.4 (Fall 1994): 599-618. Print.

49“Parts of a Novel That Will Probably Never Get Written: An Interview with Elizabeth Spencer.” Interview with David Hammond. The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 33.2-3 (Winter-Spring 1995): 85-106. Rpt. in Personal Souths. Interviews from The Southern Quarterly. Ed. Douglas B. Chambers. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2012. 170-91. Print.

50“A Conversation with Elizabeth Spencer.” Interview with Amy Weldon. The Carolina Quarterly 55.1 (Winter 2003): 43-55. Print.

51“Elizabeth Spencer.” Interview with Robert Phillips. The Madness of Art: Interviews with Poets and Writers. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 2003. 121-48. Print.

52“‘The outer landscape changes but the heart keeps the original’: An Interview with Elizabeth Spencer.” 2007. Interview with Gérald Préher. Nouvelles du Sud: Hearing Voices, Reading Stories. Eds. Marie Liénard-Yeterian and Gérald Préher. Palaiseau: Éditions de l’École Polytechnique, 2012. 7-17. Print.

Secondary Sources

Monographs

53Bandry, Michel. Elizabeth Spencer: Du Sud au monde. Paris: Belin, “Voix américaines,” 2003. Print.

54Préher, Gérald. Traveling Through Time and Space: The Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer. Universitat de València: Biblioteca Javier Coy d’estudis nord-americans, 2021. Print.

55Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. Elizabeth Spencer. Boston: Twayne, 1985. Print.

56Roberts, Terry. Self and Community in the Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1994. Print.

57Seltzer, Catherine. Elizabeth Spencer’s Complicated Cartographies: Reimagining Home, the South and Southern Literary Production. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009. Print.

Critical Essays and Selected Reviews

58Arbeit, Marcel. “I, Canadian: Elizabeth Spencer’s Montreal.” Cultural Circulation: Dialogues Between Canada and the American South. Eds. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz and Christoph Irmscher. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2013. 317-31. Print.

59---. “Sears, Roebuck Catalog Games: The Portable Shop Window and Southern Literature.” Poverty and Progress in the U.S. South since 1920. Eds. Suzanne W. Jones and Mark Newman. Amsterdam: VU Press, 2006. 29-40. Print.

60---. “Southern Writers Outside the South and their Identities: The Case of Elizabeth Spencer.” E pluribus unum or E pluribus plura? Unity and Diversity in American Culture. Eds. Hans-Jürgen Grabbe, David Mauk and Ole Moen. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011. 133-46. Print.

61Anderson, Hilton. “Elizabeth Spencer’s Tale of a Mermaid.” Mississippi Folklore Register 12 (Spring 1978): 32-34. Print.

62---. “Elizabeth Spencer’s Two Italian Novellas.” Notes on Mississippi Writers 13.1 (1981): 18-35. Print.

63Bandry, Michel. “Elizabeth Spencer, sudiste cosmopolite.” U.S.A.: Nouvelles voix du Sud après Faulkner. Spec. issue of Europe 816 (April 1997): 93-103. Print.

64---. Elizabeth Spencer. Paris: Quai Voltaire/La Table Ronde, 2004. Print.

65---. “Jeux de lumière: Elizabeth Spencer et l’Italie.” Saveurs, senteurs: Le Goût de la Méditerranée. Eds. Paul Carmignani, Jean-Yves Laurichesse and Joël Thomas. Perpignan: Presses Universitaires de Perpignan, 1998. 437-45. Print.

66---. “Le Sud d’Elizabeth Spencer, un paysage permanent du cœur.” Les Représentations du Sud: Du Factuel au fictif. Ed. Jean Mondot. Pessac: Maison des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aquitaine, 2003. 289-99. Print.

67---. “‘Them’, ou la place des Noirs dans l’œuvre d’Elizabeth Spencer.” Regards croisés sur les Afro-Américains: Mélange en l’honneur de Michel Fabre. Ed. Claude Julien. Spec. issue of GRAAT (Groupe de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de Tours) 27 (2003): 163-75. Print.

68Bell, Madison Smartt. “A Bond of Braided Histories.” Rev. of Jack of Diamonds and Other Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. New York Times Book Review 4 Sept. 1988: 6. Print.

69Bradbury, John M. Renaissance in the South: A Critical History of Literature, 1920-1960. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1963. Print. [Includes a survey of works through The Light in the Piazza]

70Caverlee, William. “A Good Summer: Elizabeth Spencer’s Gulf Coast Story.” The Oxford American 69 (Spring 2010): 124-27. Print.

71Cole, Hunter M., “Windsor in Spencer and Welty: A Real and an Imaginary Landscape.” Notes on Mississippi Writers 7.1 (Spring 1974): 2-11. Print.

72Core, George. “Southern Sensibilities.” Rev. of Jack of Diamonds and Other Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. The Washington Post 9 August 1988: E4. Print.

73Crowther, Hal. “The Three Graces: Elizabeth Spencer Remembers Eudora Welty and Katherine Anne Porter.” The Oxford American 47 (July/August 2003): 81-83. Rpt. in Gather at the River: Notes from the Post-Millennial South. Foreword by Louis D. Rubin, Jr. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2005. 16-21. Print.

74Entzminger, Betina. The Belle Gone Bad: White Southern Women Writers and the Dark Seductress. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2002. Print.

75---. “Emotional Distance as Narrative Strategy in Elizabeth Spencer’s Fiction.” The Mississippi Quarterly 49.1 (Winter 1995): 73-87. Print.

76Evoy, Karen. “Marilee: ‘A Permanent Landscape of the Heart.’” The Mississippi Quarterly 36.4 (Fall 1983): 569-78. Print.

77Fox, Ann M. “Scene in a New Light: Monstrous Mothers, Disabled Daughters, and the Performance of Feminism and Disability in The Light in the Piazza (2005) and Next to Normal (2008).” The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies. Eds. Blake Howe, Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Neil Lerner, and Joseph Straus. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2016. 775-94. Print.

78Galey, Matthieu. Préface. Lumière sur la piazza. By Elizabeth Spencer. Trans. Janine Rageot. Paris: Stock, 1962. 9-19. Print.

79Giraldi, William. “What We Share: The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer.” The Oxford American 84 (Spring 2014): 98-101. Print.

80González Groba, Constante. On their Own Premises: Southern Women Writers and the Homeplace. Universitat de València: Biblioteca Javier Coy d’estudis nord-americans, 2008. Print. [Includes a discussion of “First Dark”]

81Gorra, Michael. “The Brilliant Explorations of Elizabeth Spencer.” Rev. of Starting Over: Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. New York Times Book Review 22 May 2014: 26-28. Print.

82Greene, Sally. “Mending Webs: The Challenge of Childhood in Elizabeth Spencer’s Short Fiction.” The Mississippi Quarterly 49.1 (Winter 1995): 89-98. Print.

83Havird, David. “Fleeing the Thick of Family Life.” Rev. of The Southern Woman: New and Selected Fiction, by Elizabeth Spencer. Virginia Quarterly Review 78.2 (2002): 371-76. Print.

84Haskell, Molly. “A Charmed Life.” Rev. of The Southern Woman: New and Selected Fiction, by Elizabeth Spencer. New York Times Book Review 26 August 2001: 7-8. Print.

85Hicks, Granville. “Morality Play in Two Acts.” Rev. of The Light in the Piazza, by Elizabeth Spencer. Saturday Review of Literature 43, 26 Nov. 1960: 18. Print.

86Janeway, Elizabeth. “For Better and Worse.” Rev. of The Light in the Piazza, by Elizabeth Spencer. New York Times Book Review 20 Nov. 1960: 6, 18. Print.

87Jones, Suzanne W. Race Mixing: Southern Fiction Since the Sixties. Baltimore: The John Hopkins P, 2004. Print. [Includes a discussion of “The Business Venture”]

88Khailova, Ladislava. “Rewriting Patriarchal Paradigms of Retardation in Elizabeth Spencer’s The Light in the Piazza.” Invisible Suburbs: Recovering Protest Fiction in the 1950s United States. Ed. Josh Lukin. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2008. 85-103. Print.

89Nettels, Elsa. “Elizabeth Spencer.” Southern Women Writers: The New Generation. Ed. Tonette Bond Inge. Tuscaloosa: The U of Alabama P, 1990. 70-96. Print.

90Park, Clara Claiborne. “A Personal Road.” Rev. of The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer, by Elizabeth Spencer. Hudson Review 34.4 (Winter 1981): 601-05. Print.

91Phillips, Robert. “Book Review: Jack of Diamonds.” Rev. of Jack of Diamonds and Other Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. America 1 October 1988: 202-04. Print.

92---. Introduction. The Light in the Piazza and Other Italian Tales. By Elizabeth Spencer. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996. ix-xvii. Print.

93---. “Missed Opportuinities, Endless Possibilities.” Rev. of Marilee: Three Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. Commonweal 110.3 (25 March 1983): 188-89. Print.

94Pitavy-Souques, Danièle. “Le Sud: Territoire des femmes?” Aspects du Sud aujourd’hui/Aspects of the South Today. Ed. Jean Rouberol. Spec. issue of Revue Française d’Études Américaines 23 (Février 1985): 25-50. Print.

95---. “Le ‘Sud’ revisité.” Rev. of Nouvelles du Sud. Quinzaine Littéraire 584, 1-15 September 1991. Print.

96Pope, Dan. “The Centrality of Personal Memory.” Rev. of Jack of Diamonds and Other Stories, by Elizabeth Spencer. Gettysburg Review 2 (Autumn 1989): 694-702. Print.

97Préher, Gérald. “Au cœur d’un sombre passé: Paysages du Sud dans trois autobiographies.” Transmission/Héritage dans l’écriture contemporaine de soi. Eds. Béatrice Jongy and Annette Keilhauer. Clermont Ferrand: Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, 2009. 249-62. Print.

98---. “Dysfunctional Couples and the Search for Home in Short Stories by Carson McCullers, Flannery O’Connor and Elizabeth Spencer.” Figures libres (Hors thème. Ed. Andrée-Anne Kekeh-Dika. Spec. issue of Résonances 9. Saint-Denis: Université Paris 8, 2008. 69-89. Print.

99---. “Edward Glenn: L’homme-mystère d’Elizabeth Spencer.” Penser l’origine, vol. 1. Ed. Gérald Préher. Spec. issue of Résonances 11. Saint-Denis: Université Paris 8, 2010. 95-115. Print.

100---. “Espaces mémoriels et écriture féminine: Le Sud de Flannery O’Connor, Elizabeth Spencer et Shirley Ann Grau.” Hommage à Claude Cohen-Safir. Eds. Hanane Boutenbat, Stephanie Genty and Gérald Préher. Spec. issue of Résonances 17. 2017 [2020]. Print.

101---. “De la fascination à la révélation, ou la religion vue par les enfants dans trois nouvelles du Sud.” Aspects de la religion dans la littérature américaine, vol. 1: De la Nouvelle Angleterre au Sud. Ed. Gérald Préher. Spec. issue of Mélanges de science religieuse 70.4 (October-December 2013): 31-44. Print.

102---. “‘Manners are not intelligent, they’re just automatic’: Performing the South in Elizabeth Spencer’s For Lease or Sale.” Performing South: The U.S. South as Transmedial Message. Ed. Beata Zawadka. Szczecin: U Szczecinski, 2015. 195-216. Print.

103---. “A Southern Belle in an Italian Setting: Elizabeth Spencer’s ‘The Light in the Piazza’ and its Musical Adaptation.” The South Atlantic Review 75.2 (Spring 2009): 20-36. Print.

104---. “When the South Meets Europe: Two Italian Tales by Elizabeth Spencer.” The South from Elsewhere. Ed. Marcel Arbeit. Olomouc: Palacký University, 2014. 79-93. Print.

105Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. “Elizabeth Spencer.” The History of Southern Literature. Eds. Louis D. Rubin, Jr., Blyden Jackson, Rayburn S. Moore, Lewis P. Simpson, Thomas Daniel Young. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1985. 497-500. Print.

106---. “Elizabeth Spencer.” The History of Southern Women’s Literature. Eds. Carolyn Perry and Marie Louise Weaks. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2002. 508-11. Print.

107---. “Elizabeth Spencer’s Landscape of Memory.” Southern Quarterly 47.2 (Winter 2010): 10-23. Print.

108---. “Mermaids, Angels and Free Women: The Heroines of Elizabeth Spencer’s Fiction.” Contemporary Southern Writers: II. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Spec. issue of The Southern Quarterly 22.1 (Fall 1983): 13-31. Rpt. in Women Writers of the Contemporary South. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Jack: UP of Mississippi, 1984. 146-64. Print.

109---. “The Persisting South in the Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer.” Journal of the Short Story in English/Les Cahiers de la Nouvelle 18 (1992): 35-42. Print.

110---. “Surveying the Postage-Stamp Territory: Eudora Welty, Elizabeth Spencer, and Ellen Douglas.” Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha: Faulkner and His Contemporaries. Eds. Joseph R. Urgo and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2004. 113-31. Print.

111Price, Reynolds. “The Art of American Short Stories.” Rev. of The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer, by Elizabeth Spencer. New York Times Book Review 1 Mar. 1981: 1, 20. Print.

112Roberts, Terry. “Finding Gavin Anderson: Elizabeth Spencer’s Portrait of the Artist.” Elizabeth Spencer. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Spec. issue of The Southern Quarterly 35.2 (Winter 1997): 23-27. Print.

113Seidel, Kathryn Lee. “Madonna of the Marketplace: Art and Economics in Elizabeth Spencer’s The Light in the Piazza.” Elizabeth Spencer. Ed. Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Spec. issue of The Southern Quarterly 35.2 (Winter 1997): 16-22. Print.

114Seltzer, Catherine. “Elizabeth Spencer’s Literary Landscapes: A Brief Road Map.” The Carolina Quarterly 55.1 (Winter 2003): 60-65. Print.

115---. “Exploding the Canon/Cannon: Elizabeth Spencer’s The Light in the Piazza.” The Southern Quarterly 46.3 (Spring 2009): 100-27. Print.

116Smith, Lee. “Return to Ship Island.” The Southern Review 40.1 (Winter 2004): 153-57. Print.

117Town, Caren J. The New Southern Girl: Female Adolescence in the Works of 12 Women Authors. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2004. Print. [Includes a brief discussion of the Marilee stories]

118Ventura, Héliane. “Le Pont: creusement de l’écart ou rassemblement de l’être? Deux mises en perspectives d’Alice Munro et Elizabeth Spencer.” Stratégies du mouvement et du franchissement: La rue et le pont au Canada. Eds. Marie-Lyne Piccione and Bernadette Rigal-Cellard. Bordeaux: Presses de l’Université de Bordeaux, 2008. 113-18. Print.

119Welty, Eudora. “Blurbs: Welty on Elizabeth Spencer.” By W. U. McDonald, Jr. Eudora Welty Newsletter 3 (April 1979): 7-9. Print.

120---. Foreword. The Stories of Elizabeth Spencer. By Elizabeth Spencer. 1981. New York: Penguin, 1983. xviii-xv. Print.

121Winchell, Mark Royden. “A Golden Ball of Thread: The Achievement of Elizabeth Spencer.” Sewanee Review 97 (Fall 1989): 580-86. Print.

122Wolff, Sally. “Companion Collections: The Stories of Eudora Welty and Elizabeth Spencer.” Journal of the Short Story in English/Les Cahiers de la Nouvelle 5 (Autumn 1985): 101-10. Print.

123Yaeger, Patricia. Dirt and Desire: Reconstructing Southern Women’s Writing, 1930-1990. Chicago: The U of Chicago P, 2000. Print. [Includes a discussion of “First Dark”]

Bibliographies

124Barge, Laura. “An Elizabeth Spencer Checklist, 1948 to 1976.” The Mississippi Quarterly 29.4 (Fall 1976): 569- 90. Print.

125Lewis, Catherine E. “Abundant Years: An Elizabeth Spencer Checklist, 1976 to 1992.” The Mississippi Quarterly 47.2 (Spring 1994): 241-62. Print.

Archives

126Elizabeth Spencer Papers, Margaret I. King Library, Special Collections and Archives, University of Kentucky Libraries (Lexington).

127Elizabeth Spencer Periodicals (MUM00424). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

128Elizabeth Spencer SMMSS (MUM00425). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

129Elizabeth Spencer Manuscript Collection (LMS-0103), National Library of Canada, Ottawa

130The Elizabeth Spencer Papers #5145, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Gérald Préher is Professor of American Studies at Lille Catholic University (France) and a member of the CIRPaLL (University of Angers, France). He defended a doctoral dissertation on southern literature and has written essays on various 19th and 20th century writers. He co-edited several collections of essays on American literature, is the editor of the Journal of the Short Story in English and the general editor of the review Résonances. He recently published a study of Carson McCullers’s The Heart is a Lonely Hunter as part of a book on Solitude and Community in the Novel (Atlande), has a forthcoming monograph on Elizabeth Spencer and a volume dedicated to Richard Ford in the Understanding Contemporary American Literature series.

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