The Public Burning


  1. ^ At the time, Cohn had sued NBC over Tail Gunner Joe, and Nixon, in his interviews with David Frost, indicated that he did not sue Woodward and Bernstein because their accusations were part of politics, and they had left Pat out.
  2. ^ Coover, Robert (Fall 2000). "The Public Burning Log 1966–77". Critique 42 (1): 84–114. doi:10.1080/00111610009603129. 
  3. ^ A very condensed summary is provided by the Introduction in the Grove Press edition of the novel.
  4. ^ Evenson, Brian (2006). Understanding Robert Coover, p. 110-111. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia. ISBN 978-1-57003-482-4.

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