A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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Shapiro, Gregg. "Interview with Transamerica Director Duncan Tucker." AfterElton 1 Dec. 2005.*



Shapiro, Laura. Perfection Salad. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986.

_____. "Breaking Away." Rev. of Black and Blue. By Anna Quindlen. Newsweek 2 March 1998: 47.*

Shapiro, Laura, and Donna Foote. "The Devil Made Him Do It." (Rushdie). Newsweek 6 Feb. 1989: 49.

Shaugnessy, Nicola. Rev. of Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing. By Hélène Cixous. Critical Survey 8.1 (1996): 135-36.*

_____. Rev. of The Cixous Reader. Ed. Susan Sellers. Critical Survey 8.1 (1996): 135-36.*

Shaw, J. Thomas. Rev. of Eugene Onegin. By A. Pushkin. Trans. V. Nabokov. Russian Review (April 1965).

Shawhan, Jason. "Lars von Trier's Two-Part, Four-Hour Nymphomaniac: A Hard-Core Challenge Worth Taking. The Beast With Two Backs." Nashville Scene 3 April 2014.*



Shenker, Israel. "Moody Man of Letters." Interview with Samuel Beckett (Possibly apocryphal). New York Times (5 may 1957), sec. 2: 1-3. Rpt. in Samuel Beckett: The Critical Heritage. Ed. Laurence Graver and Raymond Federman. 146-149.

_____. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov, 10 June 1971. New York Times Book Review 9 January 1972. Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 181-82.

_____. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. In Shenker, Words and Their Masters. Garden City (NY): Doubleday, 1974.

Sheppard, R. Z., and Andrea Sachs. "Mad Maximalism." Rev. of Jest. By David Foster Wallace. Time 19 Feb. 1996.



Sheridan, Michael. "Friel Play a Watershed in Irish Theatre." Rev. of Translations. The Irish Press 25 Sept. 1980: 3.

Shewey, Don. "Bust to Dust: Tsotsi by Athol Fugard." Soho News 25 Feb. 1981. Online at DonShewey.com



Shukman, David. Rev. of Harry Thompson's This Thing of Darkness. Daily Mail.

Shulman, Milton. "At the Royal Court." (Brian Friel). The Standard 28 Feb. 1973.

Shulman, Nicola. "The Family at Glen." Rev. of Strangers. By Emma Tennant. TLS 3 April 1998: 24.*

Shuttleworth, Ian. "Narrative, Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court, London." FT Magazine 12 April 2013.* (Rev. of Narrative, by Anthony Neilson).



Siconolfi, Michael T. Rev. of Witches and Jesuits: Shakespeare's Macbeth, by Garry Wills. Early Modern Literary Studies (1996)



Siegel, Lee. "A History of Violence." Rev. of Joyce Carol Oates's The Gravedigger's Daughter. New York Times 17 June 2007



Siegel, Lee J., and Robert B. Smith. Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2002.

Sill, Geoffrey. Rev. of The Strange Surprizing Sources of 'Robinson Crusoe'. By David Fausset. Eighteenth-Century Fiction 8.4 (July1996): 539-40.*

Simmons, Ernest. Rev. of Eugene Onegin. By A. Pushkin, trans. V. Nabokov. New York Times Book Review 28 June 1964.

Simms-Burton, Michelle L. Rev. of Mastering Slavery. By Jennifer Fleischner. Studies in American Fiction 25.1 (Spring 1997): 125-26.*

Sinagra, Laura. "Whispering Dixie: Quiet Revelations in a Reunion Drama." Rev. of Junebug, dir. Phil Morrison.



_____. "The Partisans." Rev. of I'm Your Man. Dir. Lian Lunson. Village Voice 20 June 2006.



Sisson, Rosemary Anne. "Glen Byam Shaw's Production with Peggy Ashcroft's Rosalind." 1957. In Shakespeare: Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It. Ed. John Russell Brown. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979. 235-38.*

Skow, John. "Butterflies Are Free." Time (Atlantic Edition) 7 October 1974: 66.

Skyrms, B. "Game Theory, Rationality, and Evolution of the Social Contract." Journal of Consciousness Studies 7.1-2 (2000): 269–84.

Skyrms, Brian. "If It Were Done When 'Tis done." Rev. of Making Choices. By Frederick Schick. TLS 6 Feb. 1998: 30.*

Slantchev, Branislav. L. Rev. of Denying History: Who Says The Holocaust Never Happened and Why Do They Say It? By Michael Shermer and Alex Grobman. In Götterdämmerung.org 4 April 2004.



Sloman, Larry "Ratso." "Leonard Cohen Biography." Sing365.com



Small, Judith. "Body of Work." New Yorker 8 July 1991: 30-32.

Smith, Dinitia. "Outspoken New Englander is New Poet Laureate." New York Times 14 June 2006. (Donald Hall).

_____. "Kurt Vonnegut, Novelist Who Caught the Imagination of His Age, Is Dead at 84." New York Times 12 April 2007.



Smith, Gavin. "Food for Thought." Film Comment 26 (1990). (Greenaway).

Smith, Peter Duval. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. BBC, Nov. 1962.

_____. "Vladimir Nabokov on his Life and Work: A BBC Television Interview with Peter Duval Smith." The Listener 68 (22 November 1962): 856-58.

_____. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. BBC, Nov. 1962. Partially rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Typescript in the Vladimir Nabokov Archive, Library of Congress.

Smith, T. "Weblogging." In PBS Newshour with Jim Lehrer 28 April 2003. Online transcript:


Smith, William E. "Hunted by an Angry Faith." Time (27 Feb. 1989): 6-11.

_____. "The New Satans." Time (6 March 1989): 36-38.

Snowdon, Paul F. Rev. of The Philosophy of Childhood. By Gareth K. B. Matthews. TLS 19 April 1996: 27.*

Solavagione, Lucia, and Mike O'Neill. Anna Karenina. (SpeakUp booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2013.* [On Joe Wright's film. Misleading copyright page, "1985"]

Solga, Kim. "Body Doubles, Babel's Voices: Katie Mitchell's Iphigenia at Aulis and the Theatre of Sacrifice." Contemporary Theatre Review 18.2 (2008): 146-60.

Solomon, Barbara Probst. "Memorias de Allen Ginsberg." Babelia-El País 12 April 1997: 14.*

_____. "Barbara Probst Solomon on Teresa de la Parra." In Mutual Impressions: Writers from the Americas Reading One Another. Ed. Ilan Stavans. Durham (NC): Duke UP, 1999. 252-59.*

Solomon, Deborah. "Questions for Terry Castle." The New York Times 15 Jan. 2010.

Soros, George. Financial Turmoil in Europe and the United States. PublicAffairs, 2012.

_____. "How to Save the Euro." New York Review of Books 20 Jan. 2012.*



Spencer, Charles. (On Samuel Beckett). Daily Telegraph 15 June 1996.

_____. "A Masterpiece Has Found the Production It Deserves." Rev. of Roger Michell's production, London, Donmar Warehouse, 2004. Daily Telegraph 8th July 2004. Rpt. in Harold Pinter.org



_____. Rev. of The Straits, by Gregory Burke. Daily Telegraph 5 (Nov. 2003).

_____. Rev. of Six Characters in Search of an Author and Other Plays, prod. Ben Power and Rupert Goold, after Pirandello. The Independent 10 July 2008.

_____. Rev. of Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, prod. Filter Theatre. The Independent 4 Sept. 2008.

Spice, Nicholas. "Mooching." Rev. of An Equal Music. By Vikram Seth. London Review of Books 20 April 1999: 15-16.*

St. Clair, Justin. "Thomas Pynchon Understands the Power of Conspiracy Theories." Salon.com 25 Sept. 2013.*



Stace, Christopher. Rev. of You Can't Do Both. By Kingsley Amis. Daily Telegraph.

Stack, P. "Interview of the Month: Reliving the War in an Irish Town." Interview with Richard Norton-Taylor. Socialist Review (April 2005).

Stauffer, Andrew M. Review of Strange Fits of Passion: Epistemologies of Emotion, Hume to Austen, by Adela Pinch. Criticism 40.4 (Fall 1998): 634-636.

Starnes, Patrick. "Samuel Beckett: An Interview." The Antigonish Review 10 (1972): 49-53. In The Critical Response to Samuel Beckett. Ed. Cathleen Culotta Andonian. Westport (CT): Greenwood Press, 1998. 191-95.*

Steiger, Nina. "'Absolute Immediacy': A Conversation with Scott Graham." Contemporary Theatre Review 16.3 (2006): 312-17.

Stephenson, Ann. "Hardcover Fiction." Arizona Republic 28 Jan. 1990: E12.

Stevens, Dana. "Cave of Forgotten Dreams: If You Are a Member of the Human Race, You Should See This Movie." Slate 18 April 2011.

_____. "Apocalypse Lars von Trier." slate.com 11 Nov. 2011:



Stevenson, Billy. "Chaplin: Monsieur Verdoux (1947)." A Film Canon (2007).*



Stivers, Cyndi. "Hamlet Revisited." Rev. of Hamlet, dir. Franco Zeffirelli. Premiere 4 (Feb. 1991): 50-4, 56.

Stoll, Michael John. "A Village Production of Hamlet." Film Quarterly 19.4 (1976): 51-4.

Stolova, Natalya I. (Colgate U, USA). Rev. of Castilian Writers, 1400-1500. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, 286). Ed. Frank A. Domínguez and George D. Greenia. RILCE 20.2 (2004): 295-98.

Stone, Brad. "Vonnegut's Last Stand." Rev. of Timequake. By Kurt Vonnegut. Newsweek October 13, 1997: 54.*

Strachey, Julia. "Beckett Country." Rev. of All That Fall. In The Critical Response to Samuel Beckett. Ed. Cathleen Culotta Andonian. Westport (CT): Greenwood Press, 1998. 209-10.*

Strandberg, Victor, and Balkrishna Buwa. "An Interview with William Styron." Sewanee Review 99.3 (Summer 1991): 463-77.

Strauss, Bob. "Joss Whedon's 'Serenity' a blast on the big screen." Los Angeles Daily News 30 Sept. 2005.



Struthers, J. R. "The Real Material: An Interview with Alice Munro." In Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts. Ed. Louis A. MacKendrick. Downsview: ECW Press, 1983. 5-36.

Suderman, Peter. "Obama's Failed Narrative: Did the Presidency Ruin a Good Storyteller, or Vice Versa?" Reason.com (Nov. 2012):



Swain, Harriet. "Looking Trough Class, by Mukul Kesavan.." Literary Review Feb (1995): 48.*

Swan, Christopher and Frank Delaney. "Replies by Alasdair Gray, to Questions from Christopher Swan and Frank Delaney, August 1982." In Alasdair Gray. By Alasdair Gray. (Saltire Self-Portraits 4). Tillicoulry: The Saltire Society, 1988

Swarthout, Kelley (Colgate U). Rev. of A Master on the Periphery of Capitalism. By Robert Schwarz. RILCE 20.2 (2004): 298-301.*

Sweet, Matthew. "Outside Swan and Edgar's." Revs. on Oscar Wilde. London Review of Books 5 Feb. 1998: 26-27.*

Syman, Stefanie, and Steven Johnson, eds. Feed. Electronic magazine. New York. http://www.feedmag.com (2/1/97).

Szeftel, Marc. "Lolita at Cornell." Cornell Alumni News Nov. 1980: 27-28.

Tagliaferro, Frances. Rev. of Offshore. By Penelope Fitzgerald. Washington Post.

_____. "A Flaubertian Flight of Fantasy." Rev. of Flaubert's Parrot, by Julian Barnes. Wall Street Journal (April 5, 1985): 15.

Tahourdin, Adrian. "The Boy Wonder." Rev. of Hergé. By Pierre Assouline. Paris: Plon, 1996. TLS 3 May 1996: 7.

Talmey, Allene. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Vogue (New York, Christmas 1969). Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 153-58.*

Taylor, Ella. "Kristin Scott Thomas Shines as a Child Killer in I've Loved You So Long." Rev. of Philippe Claudel's film. Village Voice 22 Oct. 2008.*



_____. "Life According to Woody Allen Grinds on through You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger." Village Voice 22 Sept. 2010.*



Taylor, Robert. "Quincunx: Clever, But Merely a Trick." Boston Globe February 27 1990: 38.

Teahan, Sheila. Rev. of American Literature and Science. Ed. Robert J. Scholnick. Studies in American Fiction 23.1 (1995).*

Thomas, John D. "The West as Hostage, the West as Hope." (Revs. of books on Canada). Journal of Canadian Studies 31.3 (Fall 1996): 197-202.*

Thorpe, Vanessa. "How Inception Proves the Art of Baffling Films Make Sense." The Observer 25 July 2010.*



_____. "Angela Carter's unknown poems reveal the celebrated writer's passion for verse." Guardian.co.uk 13 March 2011.*



Tinker, Jack. Rev. of Henry V., dir Jack Noble, with Kenneth Branagh. (RSC stage production). Daily Mail 29 March 1984. Rpt. in London Theatre Record 4.7 (1984): 270.

Tismaneanu, Vladimir. "Hannah Arendt and the Catastrophes of the 20th Century." FrontPage Magazine 15 July 2013.*



Todd, Tamsin. "A Spot of Field Work." Rev. of Spiderweb, by Penelope Lively. TLS 13 Nov. 1998: 24.*

Tonkin, Boyd. "A Suitably Entrancing Winner Sends the Booker Prize on Its Way to a Bigger Stage." The Independent 15 Oct. 2013.* (Eleanor Catton).



Tookey, C. Rev. of Henry V. Film. Dir. Kenneth Branagh. Sunday Telegraph 8 October 1989.

Towers, Robert. "On the Indian World-Mountain." Rev. of Midnight's Children. By Salman Rushdie. New York Review of Books (24 September 1981): 28-30.

Toynbee, Philip. (Novelist and reviewer). Review of Molloy. Observer (18 December 1955): 11. Rpt. in Graver and Federman 73-76.

_____. "In Love With Language." The Observer 8 November 1959: 22. (Nabokov).

_____. Rev. of Island. By Aldous Huxley. Observer (Sunday, April 1 1962).

_____. "Nabokov's Conundrum." The Observer 11 November 1962: 24.

_____. "Too Much of a Good Thing." The Observer 5 October 1969: 34. (Nabokov).

Trahan, Elizabeth Welt. "Laughter from the Dark: A Memory of Vladimir Nabokov." Antioch Review 43 (Spring (1985): 175-82.

Tranter, Rhys. (South Wales). A Piece of Monologue. Literary blog.



_____. "An Interview with Professor Robert Darnton." Cardiff Book History 3 Jan. 2012.*



Travers, Peter. Rev. of Lone Star. Dir. John Sayles. Rolling Stone 21 June 1996.*



_____. Rev. of The Age of Innocence. Dir. Martin Scorsese. Rolling Stone 19 Dec. 2000.



_____. Rev. of Paranoid Park, dir. Gus Van Sant. Rolling Stone 20 March 2008.*



_____. Rev. of The Avengers, dir. Joss Whedon. Rolling Stone 30 April 2012.*



Trewin, Ion. (Man Booker Prize administrator). "Winners and Walkouts." Daily Telegraph 5 Sept. 1998. (Booker Prize).

_____. Foreword to The Writer's Handbook 2009. Ed. Barry Turner. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Turan, Kenneth. Rev. of The Departed, dir. Martin Scorsese. Los Angeles Times CalendarLive.com 6 Oct. 2006.*



_____. "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." Los Angeles Times 15 Aug. 2008.



_____. Rev. of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Los Angeles Times 25 Dec. 2008.



_____. Rev. of Whatever Works, dir. Woody Allen. Los Angeles Times 19 June 2009.*



_____. Rev. of Alice in Wonderland. Dir. Tim Burton. Los Angeles Times 4 March 2010.



Turner, Jenny. Rev. of Radon Daughters. By Iain Sinclair. London Review of Books (1994).

Ulin, David. "The Lost Art of Reading." Los Angeles Times 9 Aug. 2009.

Updale, Ellie. Rev. of Imagining Characters: Six Conversations About Women Writers. By A. S. Byatt and I. Sodre. Literary Review (1995)*

Urban, Andrew L. Urban Cinephile: The World of Film in Australia—on the Internet


_____. Rev. of The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert 10th anniversary DVD. Dir. Stephan Elliott. Urban Cinefile 4 Sept. 2003.*



_____. Rev. of Red Dust. Dir. Tom Hooper. Urban Cinefile



_____. Rev. of Rabbit-Proof Fence, dir. Phillip Noyce. Urban Cinefile (2002)



Urqhart, James. Rev. of The Travelling Hornplayer. By Barbara Trapido. TLS 3 April 1998: 24.*

Usher, John. "Pestle and Mortar." Rev. of Chaucer, Boccaccio, and the Debate of Love. By N. S. Thompson. TLS 23 May 1997: 25.*

Vetsch, Florian. "Desultory Correspondence: An Interview with Paul Bowles on Gertrude Stein." Modern Fiction Studies 42.3 (Fall 1996): 627-46.*

Vita-Finzi, Claudio. "Omnivorous Fantasy." Review of Il Pendolo di Foucault. TLS 3 March 1989: 225.

_____. "Tales Told by a Savant, Signifying..." Rev. of Fouscault's Pendulum. TLS Nov. 1989: 1272.

Von Bulow, Cosima. "Saint Rachel, by Michael Bracewell." Literary Review Feb (1995): 44.*

Walker, Greg. (U of Leicester). "In the King's Image: Did politics or art dictate changes in the portraits of Henry VIII?" TLS 13 Feb. 1998: 15-16.*

Walters, Margaret. "You Bet your Life". (Peter Carey). London Review of Books 10.8 (21 April 1988): 20.

_____. "A Pattern Laid Down." Rev. of The Service of Clouds. By Susan Hill. TLS 13 Nov. 1998: 24.*

Walters, Michael. "A Beautiful Algebra of a Life." Rev. of Remake. By Christine Brooke-Rose. TLS (3 May 1996): 22.*

Walton, David. "Of Heroes, Villains & Intrigues. A Labyrinthine and Compelling First Novel, Research for 12 Years, Recalls Vivid Victorian Tones and Rings With Real Life." Philadelphia Inquirer (January 28 1990): H01. (Charles Palliser, The Quincunx).

Walton, James. Rev. of Ulverton. By Adam Thorpe. The Tablet.

Wardle, Irving. (Drama critic of The Times). "The Freedom of the City." Rev. of Brian Friel's play. The Times 18 Feb. 1973.

_____. Review of Much Ado About Nothing. The Times 9 April 1976.

_____. The Theatres of George Devine. London: Cape, 1978.

_____. Rev. of Translations. By Brian Friel. The Times 13 May 1981.

_____. "Seeking a Sense of Ireland." Rev. of The Three Sisters. By Brian Friel. The Times 5 Oct. 1981: 11.

Waring, Belle. "Oxyrhynchus Papyri Decyphered." In Crooked Timber 18 April 2005.



Warner, Judith. "Sense and Sensuality." Rev. of Le Divorce. by Diane Johnson. Newsweek 5 May 1997: 55.*

Waters, Steve. "The Truth Behind the Facts." The Guardian 11 Feb. 2004. (Documentary drama).

Webb, Chad. Rev. of Seconds. Dir. John Frankenheimer. 411mania (Nether Regions) 7 June 2010.*



Weber, Bruce. "David Foster Wallace, Influential Writer, Dies at 46." New York Times 14 Sept. 2008.



_____. "E. L. Doctorow Dies at 84; Literary Time Traveler Stirred Past into Fiction." New York Times 21 July 2015.*



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