Laura (Riding) Jackson Critical Bibliography
- Adams, Barbara. "Laura Riding's Poems: A Double Ripeness." Modern Poetry
Studies.11 (1982): 189-195.
- Adams, Barbara, "Laura Riding's Autobiographical Poetry: 'My Muse Is I'." Concerning
Poetry 15 (1982 Fal): l71-87.
- Adams, Barbara; The Enemy Self: Poetry and Criticism of Laura Riding. Hugh
Kenner forward. Ann Arbor: UMI Research P., 1990.
- Baccolini, Raffaella. "'What's in a Name?': Language and Self-Creation in Women's
Writing." The Representation of the Self in Women's Autobiography. Eds. Vita
Fortunati, & Gabriella Morisco. Bologna: Univ. of Bologna, 1993. 44-64.
- Baker, Deborah. In Extremis: The Life of Laura Riding. NY: Grove Press, 1993.
- Bernstein, Charles. "Riding's Reason: An Introduction to Laura (Riding) Jackson and
Schuyler Jackson, Rational Meaning: Toward a New Foundation of Words." College
Literature 24 (1997 Oct): 138-50.
- Carson, Luke. "'This Is Something Unlosable': Laura Riding's 'Compacting
Sense'." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 37 (1995 Winter): 414-44.
- Ciani, Daniela M. "Laura Riding's Truthfulness to the Word and to the Self." Revue
Francaise d'Etudes Americaines 17 (1994 Aug): 301-10.
- Christensen, Peter G. "Historical Truth in Laura Riding's A Trojan Ending." Focus
on Robert Graves and His Contemporaries 1 (1991 Summer): 1-17.
- Christensen, Peter G. "Women as a Spiritual Force in Laura Riding's Lives of
Wives." Focus on Robert Graves and His Contemporaries 1 (1992 Winter):
- Heuving, Jeanne. "Laura (Riding) Jackson's 'Really New' Poem." Gendered
Modernisms: American Women Poets and Their Readers. Eds. Margaret Dickie & Thomas
Travisano. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1996. 191-213.
- Jacobs, Mark. "Laura Riding." Textual Practice 6 (1992 Spring):
- Masopust, Michael A. "Laura Riding's Quarrel with Poetry." South Central
Review: The Journal of the South Central 2 (1985 Spring): 42-56.
- McGann, Jerome. "Laura (Riding) Jackson and the Literal Truth." Critical
Inquiry 18 (Spring 1992): 454-473.
- Oldham, James. "The Telling: Laura (Riding) Jackson's Project for a Whole Human
Discourse." Reclaiming Rhetorica: Women in the Rhetorical Tradition. Ed.
Andrea A. Lunsford. Pittsburgh, PA: U of Pittsburgh P, 1995. 247-63.
- Paddon, Seija H. "The Diversity of Performance/Performance as Diversity in the
Poetry of Laura (Riding) Jackson and Eavan Boland." English Studies in Canada
22 (1996 Dec): 425-39
- Rosenthal, M. L. "Laura Riding's Poetry: A Nice Problem." The Southern
Review 21 (1985 Winter): 89-95.
- Ruthven, K. K. "How to Avoid Being Canonized: Laura Riding." Textual
Practice 5 (1991 Summer): 242-60.
- Schultz, Susan M. "Laura Riding's Essentialism and the Absent Muse." Arizona
Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature 48 (1992 Spring): 1-24.
- Seymour, Miranda. "Robert Graves, Laura Riding, and William Empson." Focus
on Robert Graves and His Contemporaries 2 (1994 Spring): 16.
- Temes, Peter S. "Code of Silence" Laura (Riding) Jackson and the Refusal to
Speak." PMLA 109 (January 1994): 87-99.
- Wallace, Jo-Ann. "Laura Riding and the Politics of Decanonization." American
Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 64 (1992 Mar):
- Walsh, Jeffrey. "Alternative 'Modernists': Robert Graves and Laura Riding."
Eds. Gary Day & Brian Docherty. British Poetry, 1900-50: Aspects of Tradition.
New York: St. Martin's, 1995. 131-50.
- Wexler, Joyce Piell. Laura Riding's Pursuit of Truth. Athens, OH: Ohio UP,
For additional Bibliography information, see Joyce Piell Wexler, Laura Riding's
Pursuit of Truth (Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1979.
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