- ^ Michelle Phillips Buchberger cites the following in her discussion of the debate: William J. Palmer, The Fiction of John Fowles: Tradition, Art, and the Loneliness of Selfhood (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1974), p. 75; Peter Conradi, John Fowles (London:Methuen, 1982), p. 91; Bruce Woodcock, Male Mythologies (Brighton:Harvester, 1984), p. 15; and a discussion of Cooper's criticism in 'An Unholy Inquisition: John Fowles and Dianne Vipond (1995)', repr. in John Fowles, Wormholes: Essays and Occasional Writings, ed. by Jan Relf (New York: Henry Holt, 1998), pp. 365–84.
- ^ For a more complete listing of reviews see The French Lieutenant's Woman, University of Illinois's database on 20th-Century American Bestsellers. Many of the reviews are not readily available online nor digitized by major academic databases.
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