A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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Weeks, Edward. "The Peripatetic Reviewer." Atlantic Monthly (Jan. 1967).

_____. "The Peripatetic Reviewer." Atlantic Monthly (December 1972): 141-42.

Weinman, Sarah. Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind: Crime Fiction, and More. Literary blog.



Welch, Dave. "Ian McEwan: Reinventing Himself Still." Powells.com Interviews 2004.


Wells, Zachariah (Vancouver). Career Limiting Moves. Literary blog.



West, Russell. (U of Cologne). "Henry James Editions." Rev. on Richard Aczel. European English Messenger 7.1 (1998): 61-62.*

_____. "Arnold's Alternative Anthology." (Clark and Healy). European English Messenger 6.2 (1997): 72-73.*

_____. "Henry James Editions." Rev. on Richard Aczel. European English Messenger 7.1 (1998): 61-62.*

_____. Rev. of New Writing 6, ed. A. S. Byatt and Peter Porter, and New Writing 7, ed. Carmen Callil and Craig Raine. European English Messenger 7.2 (1998): 62-63.*

Wetzler, Rachel. "Upper West Side Story: On 'Bleeding Edge' and Thomas Pynchon's Tangled Web." New York Observer 17 Sept. 2013.*



Wetzsteon, Ross. "Nabokov as Teacher." In Triquarterly 17 (Nabokov Special Issue, 1970): 240-47. Ed. Alfred Appel and Charles Newman. Rpt. as Nabokov: Criticism, Reminiscences, Translations, and Tributes. Evanston [Ill.] Northwestern University Press, 1970.

_____. "Vladmir Nabokov: A Student's Recollection." Cornell Alumi News (Feb. 1968): 12-15.

Wheeler, Pat. Rev. of Post-War British Fiction: Realism and After. By Andrej Gasiorek. Critical Survey 8.1 (1996): 122-25.*

Wheeler, Pat (Senior Lecturer in Literature, U of Hertfordshire), Sharon Monteith and Jenny Newman. Contemporary British and Irish Fiction: An Introduction through Interviews. London: Routledge, 2004. (Pat Barker, A. S. Byatt, Roddy Doyle, Allan Hollinghurst, Hanif Kureishi, Bernard MacLaverty, Michèle Roberts, Barry Unsworth, Fay Weldon, Irvine Welsh).

Whitman, Alden. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Unpublished. 6 Oct. 1967. Vladimir Nabokov Archive, Library of Congress.

_____. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov, April 1969. Excerpt in New York Times 19 April 1969. Fuller excerpt in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 131-34.

_____. Interview with Alden Whitman. New York Times 23 April 1971. Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 177-80.*

Wicker, Tom. "Saved at the Hammersmith." 6 Oct-5 Nov. 2011. Exeunt



Wiesman, Karen A. Book Review: Aesthetics and Ideology, ed. by George Levine. Criticism 37.4 (1995): 650.*

Williams, Andrea N. Rev. of Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation. By Julie Roy Jeffrey. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 24.2 (2010).

Williams, Deborah Lindsay. Rev. of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder. By Ann Romines. Studies in American Fiction 27.2 (1999): 251-53.*

Wilonsky, Robert. "Predator v. Predator." Rev. of Notes on a Scandal. Dir. Richard Eyre. Village Voice



_____. "Valkyrie is Tom Cruise's Latest Impossible Mission: The risky business of plotting to kill Hitler." Village Voice 23 Dec. 2008-



Wilson, A. "The English Stage Company Visits the Canadian Stage Company." Queen's Quarterly 97.1 (1990): 140-53.

Wilson, David. Rutherford: Simple Genius. London: Hodder, 1984.

Wilson, David. "Electronic Versions of Public-Domain Texts Draw Praise and Fire." Chronicle of Higher Education (12 August 1992): A15-16.

Wilson, J. Moorcroft, and C. Woof, eds. Authors Take Sides on the Falklands. London: Woolf, 1982.

Winer, Bart. In Donoghue, "VN: The Great Enchanter."

Wisse, Ruth. "The Jew from Prague." Rev. of The Nightmare of Reason. By Ernst Pawel. Commentary 78.5 (November 1984): 62-64.

Wollaston, Nicholas. Rev. of Ulverton. By Adam Thorpe. Observer.

Woof, C., and J. Moorcroft Wilson, eds. Authors Take Sides on the Falklands. London: Woolf, 1982.

Wright, John P. "Desires and Acts." Rev. of Passion and Action. By Susan James. TLS 29 Jan. 1999: 38f.*

Wroe, Nicholas. "Courtroom Dramas." The Guardian 24 July 2004.

Yapp, Malcolm. "The Hubris of the Hidden Imam." (Rushdie). Independent 22 Feb. 1989.

Yeo, Edmund. "60 Stories." Rev. on Donald Barthelme. Swifty, Writing: Edmund Yeo's Blog 20 Sept. 2006.*



Young, B. A. "The National Theatre's Italianate Much Ado." 1965. In Shakespeare: Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It. Ed. John Russell Brown. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979. 226-7.*

_____. "Trevor Nunn's Musical Production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre." (As You Like It). 1977. In Shakespeare: Much Ado about Nothing and As You Like It. Ed. John Russell Brown. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979. 243-44.*

Young, Vernon. "Fat Shakespeare, Fat City, Lean Wilderness." Hudson Review 26.1 (1973): 170-71.

Yu, Anthony C. Review of Allegorical Poetics and the Epic: The Renaissance Tradition to Paradise Lost. By Mindele Anne Treip. Comparative Literature 49 (1997): 276-279.*

Zacharek, Stephanie. "Planet of the Apes." Rev. of Tim Burton's film. Salon.com 27 July 2001.



_____. Rev. of Crash. Dir. Paul Haggis. Salon.com 6 May 2005.*



_____. Rev. of Transamerica, dir. Duncan Tucker. Salon.com 2 Dec. 2005.*



_____. "A Girl and a Gun." Rev. of Everything Is Cinema: The Working Life of Jean-Luc Godard. By Richard Brody. New York Times 13 June 2008.



_____. Rev. of State of Play, dir. Kevin Macdonald. Salon.com 17 April 2009.



_____. "'Avatar': Dances with Aliens." Salon.com 18 Dec. 2009.*



_____. "The Road: Post-Apocalypse Now." Salon.com



_____. "Green Zone, Matt Damon's Iraq War Thriller." Rev. of Green Zone. Dir. Paul Greengrass. Salon.com 11 March 2010.*



_____. Rev. of The Time Traveler's Wife. Dir. Robert Schwentke. Salon.com 14 Aug. 2009.*



_____. "Herzog Spins a Paleolithic 3-D Fairy Tale in Cave of Forgotten Dreams." Movieline 28 April 2011.

Zanganeh, Lila Azam. "Umberto Eco." Interview. (The Art of Fiction no. 197). The Paris Review 185 (Summer 2008).*



Zeepvat, Charlotte. Rev. of Young Wilhelm. By John C. G. Röhl. Royalty Digest.

Zeller, Nancy. Rev. of Narrative Analysis. By Martin Cortazi. Discourse & Society 7.1 (1996).*

Zimmerman, Paul D. "Falstaff as Orson Welles." Newsweek 27 March 1967: 50-52.

Zoladz, Lindsay. "Is Melancholia a Feminist Film?" salon.com Nov. 23, 2011:

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