The Odd Women

Further reading

  • Alden, Stanley (1922). "George Gissing, Humanist," The North American Review, Vol. CCXVI, pp. 364–377.
  • Allen, Margaret Pinckney (1922). "'The Odd Women' and 'The Girls'," The North American Review, Vol. CCXVI, pp. 691–694.
  • Anderson, Melville B. (1916). "A Chat about George Gissing," The Dial, Vol. LXI, pp. 3–7.
  • Baker, Ernest Albert (1950). "George Gissing." In: The History of the English Novel, Vol. IX. New York: Barnes & Noble, pp. 122–160.
  • Barry, William (1906). "George Gissing: In Memorian," The Bookman, Vol. XXX, p. 141.
  • Bennett, E.A. (1901). "Mr. George Gissing." In: Fame and Fiction. London: Grant Richards, pp. 197–208.
  • Bennett, E.A. (1902). "English and French Fiction in the 19th Century," The Academy, Vol. LII, pp. 173–174.
  • Bernbaum, Ernest (1902). "George Gissing," The Harvard Monthly, Vol. XXXV, pp. 20–28.
  • Bjorkman, Edwin (1904). "The Works of George Gissing," The Bookman, Vol. XVIII, pp. 600–603.
  • Brewster, Dorothy & Angus Burrell (1930). "George Gissing: Release Through Fiction?" In: Adventure or Experience; Four Essays on Certain Writers and Readers of Novels. New York: Columbia University, pp. 7–36.
  • Burrell, Angus (1927). "Gissing the Reticent," The Nation, Vol. CXXIV, pp. 648–649.
  • Clodd, Edward (1926). Memories. London: Watts & Co., pp. 165–195.
  • Collie, Michael (1975). George Gissing. University of Toronto Press.
  • Courtney, W.L. (1903). "George Gissing," The English Illustrated Magazine, Vol. XXX, pp. 188–192.
  • Cunliffe, John (1919). "George Gissing (1857–1903)." In: English Literature in the Last Half Century. New York: The Macmillan Company, pp. 97–118.
  • Delany, Paul (2008). George Gissing: A Life. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
  • Dolman, Frederick (1897). "George Gissing's Novels," National Review, Vol. XXX, pp. 258–266.
  • Findlater, Jane H. (1900). "The Slum Movement in Fiction," National Review, Vol. XXXV, pp. 447–454.
  • Findlater, Jane H. (1904). "The Spokesman of Despair," The Living Age, Vol. CCXLIII, pp. 733–741.
  • Follet, Helen Thomas & Follet, Wilson (1967). "George Gissing." In: Some Modern Novelists. New York: Henry Holt & Company, pp. 50–71.
  • Gissing, Ellen (1927). "George Gissing: A Character Sketch," The Nineteenth Century, Vol. CII, pp. 417–424.
  • Gissing, Ellen (1929). "Some Personal Recollections of George Gissing," The Blackwood's Magazine, Vol. CCXXV, pp. 653–660.
  • Howe, Irving (1963). "George Gissing: Poet of Fatigue." In: A World More Attractive. New York: Horizon Press, pp. 169–191.
  • Keahey, John (2000). A Sweet and Glorious Land: Revisiting the Ionian Sea. New York: St. Martin's Press [following in Gissing's footsteps throughout southern Italy 100 years later].
  • Kennedy, J.M. (1913). "George Gissing." In: English Literature, 1880-1905. Boston: Small, Maynard and Company, pp. 253–278.
  • Lister, Edith (1906). "Some Recollections of George Gissing," The Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. CCC, pp. 11–18.
  • Middleton, George (1913). "New Lights on Gissing," The Bookman, Vol. XXXVI, pp. 655–667.
  • Mauck, Helen Sawtell (1932). Problems of English Society as Depicted in the Novels of George Gissing, A Thesis, Kansas State College.
  • Gosse, Edmond (1927). "George Gissing." In: Leaves and Fruits. London: William Heinemann, Ltd., pp. 275–281.
  • Nicoll, W. Robertson (1913). "George Gissing." In: A Bookman's Letters. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 288–296.
  • More, Paul Elmer (1908). "George Gissing." In: Shelburne Essays, Fifth Series. New York: Hoghton Mifflin Company, pp. 45–65.
  • Shafer, Robert (1935). "The Vitality of George Gissing," The American Review, Vol. V, No.4, pp. 459–487.
  • Wells, H.G. (1897). "The Novels of Mr. George Gissing," The Living Age, Vol. CCXV, pp. 22–28.
  • Waugh, Arthur (1915). "George Gissing." In: Reticence in Literature, and Other Papers. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, pp. 161–182.
  • Williams, Raymond (1983). "George Gissing." In: Culture and Society, 1780–1950. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 172–179.
  • Woolf, Virginia (1929). Introduction to Selections Autobiographical and Imaginative from the Works of George Gissing. London: Jonathan Cape.
  • Yates, Mary (1922). George Gissing, an Appreciation. Manchester University Press.

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