David Adams Richards - Critical Sources

Armstrong, Christopher, and Herb Wyile. "Firing the Regional Can(n)on: Liberal Pluralism,
     Social Agency, and David Adams Richards's Miramichi Trilogy." Studies in Canadian
     Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne
22.1 (1997): 1-18.
Byrne, George. "The Blood Hardened and the Blood Running: The Character of Orville in
     Blood Ties." Studies in Canadian Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne 7.1 (1982):
     55-62.
Connor, H. W. "A Note on George Byrne's Argument that Orville is the Central Character in
     Blood Ties." Studies in Canadian Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne 8.1
     (1983): 142-8.
---. "Coming of Winter, Coming of Age: The Autumnal Vision of David Adams Richard's First
     Novel." Studies in Canadian Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne 9.1 (1984):
     31-40.
Connor, H. w. "The River in the Blood: Escape and Entrapment in the Fiction of David
     Adams Richards." World Literature Written in English 26.2 (1986): 269-77.
---. "The Unlikely Heroes of David Adams Richards's Second Trilogy." International Fiction
     Review
25, no. 1-2 (1998): 71-7.
Currie, Sheldon. "David Adams Richards: The People on the Roadway." Antigonish Review 99
     (1994): 67-75.
Davey, Frank. "Discourse and Determinism in Nights Below Station Street." Open Letter 6
      (1989): 17-26.
Lever, Susan. "Against the Stream: The Fiction of David Adams Richards." Australian-
     Canadian Studies: A Journal for the Humanities & Social Sciences
12.1 (1994): 81-9.
---. "An Interview with David Adams Richards." Australian-Canadian Studies: A Journal for
      the Humanities & Social Sciences
12.1 (1994): 91-7.
Lord, Marie-Linda. "Cet Autre Est Aussi Un Minoritaire: Lecture Comparée Du Rapport
     d'Altérité Entre Acadiens Et Irlandais Chez Antonine Maillet Et David Adams Richards."
      Francophonies d'Amérique 10 (2000): 127-35.
---. "Territorialité Et Identité Dans l'Oeuvre Romanesque d'Antonine Maillet Et De David Adams
     Richards." Francophonies d'Amérique 14 (2002): 117-30.
Lousley, Cheryl. “Knowledge, Power and Place: Environmental Politics in the Fiction of Matt
     Cohen and David Adams Richards. Canadian Literature 195 (2007): 11-30.
MacDonald, Frances. "War of the Worlds: David Adams Richards and Modern Times."
     Antigonish Review 104 (1996): 17-24.
Mathews, Lawrence. "David Adams Richards (1950- )." Canadian Writers and their Works.
     Ed. Robert Lecker, et al. Toronto: ECW, 1995. 185-254.
Proctor, Craig. "Non-Judgmental Truth: An Interview with David Adams Richards." B&A:
     New Fiction
29 (1998): 40-4.
Richards, David Adams. "My Miramichi Trilogy: A Practising Novelist's View of the Novel in
     New Brunswick." Literature of Region and Nation: Proceedings of the 6th International
     Literature of Region and Nation Conference, 2-7 August 1996.
Ed. Winnifred M.
     Bogaards. Saint John: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, with
     University of New Brunswick in Saint John, 1998.
Robinson, Jack. "Re-reading David Adams Richards: Ironies of Allegory in Mercy Among the
     Children." Studies in Canadian Literature 36.2 (2011): 143-64.
Scherf, Kathleen. "David Adams Richards' Blood Ties: Essentially Women." Room of One's
     Own: A Feminist Journal of Literature and Criticism
14.4 (1991): 23-39.
---. "David Adams Richards: 'He must be a Social Realist Regionalist'." Studies in Canadian
     Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne
15.1 (1990): 154- 70.
Tremblay, Tony. "An Introduction to the Work of David Adams Richards." Antigonish Review
     141/142 (2005): 9-10.
---. "Answering the Critics: David Adams Richards and the Paradox of Unpopularity."
      Antigonish Review 128 (2002): 119-28.
---. "David Adams Richards." Brick: A Literary Journal 51 (1995): 30-2.
---. "David Adams Richards: Canada's 'Independent' Intellectual." Twayne Companion to
     Contemporary Literature in English.
Ed. R. H. W. Dillard and Amanda Cockrell. New
      York, NY: Twayne; Thomson Gale, 2002.
---. "David Adams Richards: Canada's 'Independent' Intellectual." Hollins Critic 36.4 (1999):
     1-14.
---ed. David Adams Richards: Essays on His Works. Toronto, ON: Guernica, 2005.
---. David Adams Richards of the Miramichi. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010.
Williams, Jocelyn. "The Rifle Kicks Hard Both Ways: Rereading David Adams Richards' For
     Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down
." The Nashwaak Review 16/17.1 (2006): 46-66.
Wyile, Herb. "Taking the Real Home to Read." Open Letter 6 (1989): 5-15.

See also:
David Creelman, Setting in the East: Maritime Realist Fiction (Montreal: McGill-
     Queen's University Press, 2003) 146-172.
Tremblay, Tony. "'Lest on too close sight I miss the darling illusion': The Politics of the Center
     in 'Reading Maritime'." Studies in Canadian Literature 33.2 (2008): 23-39.

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