Selected Bibliography of Leading Academic Scholarship on Constance Eakins

Anzelmo, Francesco. “Gli orrori di Eakins, amico degli Italiani, nel suo libro Il buio e il diavolo,” Critica Letteraria Milenese 58:1 (1993): 42-53.

Ark, Thom. “Eakins’s Purgatorio,” The Sewanee Purchase Review 23.2 (1972): 8-13.

Axelrod, Sam T. “Dreiser, The Rude Violence of the Poor, and the Eakins Warchild,” Evergreen State Review 31:2 (1998): 55-62.

Bartok, Roland. “Dolman Hardy: Myth and/or Reason,” Bulletin of the New Orleans Constance Eakins Society 12 (1961): 29-32.

Bazzle, J. Bradley. “The Monster from St. Rose and the Thirty-Five Ugly Children To Which He Gave Succor,” The Indiana Journal 102:3 (2007): 178-194.

Beckett, Wattson. “The Ecstatic Past: The Nostalgic Impulse in Better Days Will Haunt You,” Eakins Notes 23-24, (1990): 11-13.

Bickerton, Dwight. “Linguistic Outrage in the Works of Constance Eakins,” International Journal of North American Linguistics 43:1 (1999): 45-49.

Brentani, Eugene. “Eakins: The Man, The Myth, The Monster,” Yale Journal of Comparative Literature 93 (2001): 132-186

Brown, Eric P. “Absurd America in the Novels of Pynchon, Vonnegut, Eakins, and Boyle,” Modern Literature Studies 16.1 (1978): 33-42.

Cadwallader, Morris. “Ecco Spiritus? Problems of Interpretation in Eakins’s Latinate Cycle,” Poetics Now 1.1/2 (1967): 85-102.

Dirkson, Louis A. “Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Eakins: A Comparative Diagnosis of Fear,” Literary Fields 19:4 (1964): 43-50.

Doreander, Graydon L., et al. “Special Section: A Discourse on Songs for Agata,” Contemporary Poetry 31.1 (1992): 191-200.

Ernesto, Luisa. “A Cautious Approach to Private Heresies,” The Journal of the Appalachian Mountain Modern Language Association 26.4 (1966): 199-205.

Fazimodo, Gianfranco. “The Misunderstood Glories of Flowers, Flowers, Eat More Flowers,” The Lamp-Post of the Pacific-Union Society Constance Eakins Society 2 (1989).

Ferrer, Jorge. “The Slaying and the Politics of Desire,” Constance Eakins Newsletter 42.4 (1997): 3-4.

Finland, Susan. “The Man With Holes in His Head: Constance Eakins, a Post-Female Perspective,” New Jersey Feminist Studies 13 (1978): 18-24.

Francalingua, Paul. “Saposcat, the Undefinable,” Eakinsalia: The Journal of the Eakins Society 28 (1984). 311-321.

Gooden, Susan D. “Aporiosis: De Facto Legal Immunity for World-Famous Authors,” Oklahoma University Law Review 23:2 (1995): 363-369.

Greenleaf, Innila. “Eakins in Africa: Hegemony and Its Enemy From the West,” International Perspectives on Literature 1 (2002): 20-26.

Higuera, Jose. “The Silence of the Natives: Eakins’s Beautiful Obsession,” Aesthetic Critique 12 (1991): 77-82.

Jelly-Schapiro. “Geographical Turpitudes in The Slaughter and Beyond,” Berkeley Geographical Studies 40:1 (2007).

Johannes, Astrid. “Military Intervention in Constance Eakins’s Kamikaze Mountain,” The Bulletin of Conflict Resolution 15.2 (1988): 35-39.

Johnson, Nathaniel J. “Cinematic Cyberverse: Eakins in Film Today, Tomorrow, and Yesterday,” Film and Literature 10 (2004): 84-88.

King, Daniel J. “The Man-Myth Behind Gashes,” Biographical Studies Quarterly 53 (2005): 210-219.

Litvak, Boris. “Constance Imperatore: Eakins and the Soviet New Wave,” Slavic Currents 5:4 (1982): 25-29.

Marolachakis, Stefan P. “Eakins: One of Us? A New Postulation,” Greek Orthodox Today 13:1 (2002): 7-13.

Mason, Anthony. “Say Wha’? Crises of Translation in the Literature of Constance Eakins,” TransLate/Form 4:4 (1995): 42-62.

Montoute, Ezechial. “Tropical Tangents in Eakins’s Life and Literature, Being A Levelheaded Evaluation.” The St. Lucia Journal of Critical Studies 12:2 (1990): 1-64.

Olaffsen, Henrik. “Stop Right There, Rummy-Guy!: The American Vernacular in Bellow, Salinger, Eakins, and Mailer,” The Swedish Review of American Literature 42:2 (1994): 13-33.

Orosco, J. R. “Precocious Boys: The Juvenelia of Eliot, Eakins, Frost, and Kunitz,” Poetry Insider 5 (1974): 26-53.

Perry, Lord Adam. “The Price of Paradox in the Short Fiction of Mr. Eakins,” Partisan 23 (1955): 20-32.

Plenel, Frédéric. “Quelle invention!: Le panache de Constance Eakins, avant Nam, après Corea,” Diacritiques 82:4 (2003): 34-52.

Quinn, Daniel. “Sacrificial Sacrifices in Sacrament: A Notion,” Chicago Institute of Critical Research Trimesterly, 34:2 (1987): 16-35.

Rich, Nathaniel. “Mending More than Canoes,” Continua 1 (2002), 43-46.

Rudey, Spencer and Amanda. “One Author’s Quiet Influence on Regime Change in Kosovo,” The Los Angeles Center of Policy Research Newsletter 3:6 (2008): 1-3.

Seaver, Janet. “Eakins and Eating: Salad Days,” Food and Literature Digest 14 (1980): 4-13.

Swoboda, R. A. “The Devil and the Lightness? Questioning the Ekphrastic Tendency in the Novels of Constance Eakins,” Metropolitan Review 22 (1973): 54-75.

Throneberry, Martha. “A Nomadic Prayer Before Death,” Saturnmagundabok 2 (1986): 42, 44.

Tonosaki, Miho. “Eakins and Japan: A Trans-Pacific Quest,” Kyoto University Review and Letters 30:2/3 (1992): 44-50; 24-29.

Turner, Joseph Prince. “Mexican Migration to the United States in the Works of Constance Eakins,” Global Migration Review 32 (1999): 424-55.

Velazquez, Vivian. “The Secret Dramatic World of Constance Eakins and One Dramaturg’s Excursions Therein: A Polemic,” Tangents 42:3 (2000): 232-266.

Williams, F. R. “Eakins: The Soul of a New Tomorrow,” Southern Forest Hill 8:3 (1975): 16-28.

Yourdon, David. “Cosmic Variabilities: Eakins’s Dialogue with the Old Laws of New Physics,” The Pittsburgh Journal of High Pressure Physics 21:3 (2006): 15-29.