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  6. ^ a b "Paule Marshall", Voices from the Gaps - University of Minnesota.
  7. ^ Jonathan Yardley, "A memoir from Paule Marshall, author of "Brown Girl, Brownstones". The Washington Post, March 1, 2009.
  8. ^ The New York Times Book Review, November 30, 1969, p. 24.
  9. ^ Creative Writing Program, New York University.
  10. ^ Triangular Road: A Memoir by Paule Marshall, Basic Civitas Books. ISBN 0465013597.
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  12. ^ Alexis De Veaux, "Paule Marshall: In Celebration of Our Triumph", Essence, May 1979.

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