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Kate Chopin's At Fault: Bibliography of Secondary Sources

Anderson, Maureen. "Unraveling the Southern Pastoral Tradition: A New Look at Kate Chopin's at Fault." Southern Literary Journal 34.1 (2001): 1-13.

Arner, Robert D. "Landscape Symbolism in Kate Chopin's 'at Fault'." Louisiana Studies 9 (1970): 142-53. WSU F366 .L935

Bonner, Thomas, Jr. "Kate Chopin's at Fault and the Awakening: A Study in Structure." Markham Review 7 (1977): 10-14.

Burns, Karin Garlepp. "The Paradox of Objectivity in the Realist Fiction of Edith Wharton and Kate Chopin." JNT: Journal of Narrative Theory 29.1 (1999): 27-61. PE1425 .J68

Cole, Karen. "A Message from the Pine Woods of Central Louisiana: The Garden in Northrup, Chopin, and Dormon." Louisiana Literature: A Review of Literature and Humanities 14.1 (1997): 64-74.

Dyer, Joyce Coyne. "'Bright Hued Feathers and Japanese Jars: Objectification of Character in Kate Chopin's at Fault." Revue de Louisiane / Louisiana Review 9 (1980): 27-35. Note: this is not in the MLA database. Reference is from Alice Hall Petry's introduction to Critical Essays on Kate Chopin, p. 31.

Ewell, Barbara C. Kate Chopin. New York: Ungar, 1986.

Fluck, Winfried. "Kate Chopin's at Fault: The Usefulness of Louisiana French for the Imagination." Creoles and Cajuns: French Louisiana-La Louisiane Fran├žaise. Ed. Wolfgang Binder: Peter Lang, Frankfurt, Germany Pagination: 247-66, 1998. 340. (This is a reprint of article below)

---. "Kate Chopin's at Fault: The Usefulness of Louisiana French for the Imagination." Transatlantic Encounters: Studies in European-American Relations. Eds. Udo J. Hebel and Karl Ortseifen: Wissenschaftlicher, Trier, Germany Pagination: 218-31, 1995. x, 406.

Gaudet, Marcia. "Kate Chopin and the Lore of Cane River's Creoles of Color." Xavier Review 6.1 (1986): 45-52.

Green, Suzanne Disheroon, and David J. Caudle. At Fault: A Scholarly Edition with Background Readings. Knoxville, TN : U of Tennessee P, 2001.

Hotchkiss, Jane. "Confusing the Issue: Who's 'at Fault'?" Louisiana Literature: A Review of Literature and Humanities 11.1 (1994): 31-43.

Koloski, Bernard. At Fault. New York, NY : Penguin, 2002.

Koloski, Bernard J. "The Structure of Kate Chopin's at Fault." Studies in American Fiction 3 (1975): 89-95. PS370 .S87

Leary, Lewis. "Kate Chopin's Other Novel." Southern Literary Journal 1.1 (1968): 60-74. PS261 .S6

Menke, Pamela Glenn. "The Catalyst of Color and Women's Regional Writing: At Fault, Pembroke, and the Awakening." Southern Quarterly 37.3-4 (1999): 9-20.

---. "Chopin's Sensual Sea and Cable's Ravished Land: Sexts, Signs, and Gender Narrative." Cross Roads: A Journal of Southern Culture 3.1 (1994): 78-102.

---. "Fissure as Art in Kate Chopin's 'at Fault'." Louisiana Literature: A Review of Literature and Humanities 11.1 (1994): 44-58.

Papke, Mary E. Verging on the Abyss: The Social Fiction of Kate Chopin and Edith Wharton. New York : Greenwood, 1990.

Ringe, Donald A. "Cane River World: Kate Chopin's at Fault and Related Stories." Studies in American Fiction 3 (1975): 157-66. PS261 .S6

Skaggs, Peggy. Kate Chopin. Boston, MA : Twayne, 1985.

Shurbutt, Sylvia Bailey. "The Cane River Characters and Revisionist Mythmaking in the Work of Kate Chopin." Southern Literary Journal 25.2 (1993): 14-23.

Taylor, Helen. Gender, Race, and Region in the Writings of Grace King, Ruth Mcenery Stuart, and Kate Chopin. Southern Literary Studies. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1989. PS266.L8 T39 1989

Wagner-Martin, Linda. "Kate Chopin's Fascination with Young Men." Critical Essays on Kate Chopin. Ed. Alice Hall Petry. New York: G. K. Hall, 1996. 197-206.

Warnken, William. "Fire, Light, and Darkness in Kate Chopin's at Fault." Kate Chopin Newsletter 1.2 (1975): 17-27.

Warren, Robin O. "The Physical and Cultural Geography of Kate Chopin's Cane River Fiction." Southern Studies 7.2-3 (1996): 91-110. F366 .L935

Witherow, Jean. "Kate Chopin's Dialogic Engagement with W. D. Howells: 'What Cannot Love Do?'" Southern Studies 13.3-4 (2006): 101-16.