- ^ Angela Carter, 1940–92: A Very Good Wizard, a Very Dear Friend by Salman Rushdie
- ^ 'Comedy Is Tragedy That Happens to Other People'
- ^ a b Margin: Exploring Modern Magical Realism/HAZARDING CHANCE: READING ANGELA CARTER'S "WISE CHILDREN" – INTRODUCTION by S.L. Deefholts
- ^ Book choice: Wise Children – Telegraph
- ^ More on the Shakespeare elements of the Novel
- ^ Lorna Sage's interview with Angela Carter in New Writing (eds., Malcolm Bradbury and Judith Cooke, 1992:188)
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