Secondary Works: Books and Essays on West

“Rebecca West: Twentieth Century Woman.” MD: Medical Newsmagazine 14 (Oct. 1970): 191-96.

“Redbook Dialogue: Peter O’Toole and Rebecca West.” Redbook 122 (March 1964): 56-7.

Adamson, Jane. “States of Soul, Style of Mind: Rebecca West’s the Fountain Overflows.” Critical Review 32 (1992): 114-41.

Allen, Walter. “The Modern Novel In Britain and the United States.” New York: Dutton, 1965.

Anson, Patrick. ‘Rebecca West’s “seamed red hand”‘, Modernist Cultures, May 2021, Vol. 16 (2): 139-163.

Baehr, Peter. “Defending HUAC: Rebecca West and American Liberalism,” Times Literary Supplement, May 22, No. 6112, 2020: 14-15, https://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/rebeccawest-
american-critics-essay-peter-baehr/

Baehr, Peter. ‘Whittaker Chambers through the Eyes of Rebecca West’, National Review, April 29, LXXII (7) 2020: 42-45, https://www.nationalreview.com/magazine/2020/04/20/whittaker-chambers-through-the-eyes-of-rebecca-west/

Baehr, Peter. “Liberals on Trial: Rebecca West and Alistair Cooke,” The New Criterion, November, 2020, 29 (3): 22-27, https://newcriterion.com/issues/2020/11/liberals-on-trial-rebeccawest-
alistair-cooke

Baehr, Peter. ‘The Intelligent Liberalism of Rebecca West’, New English Review, Feb. 2021: https://www.newenglishreview.org/custpage.cfm?frm=190493&sec_id=190493

Baehr, Peter. ‘Rebecca West on communism’s allure for the intellectuals: An Appraisal’, Thesis Eleven, Nov. 2021: 1-18.

Bakker, Marjorie. “Rebecca West – An Appreciation.” Lantern 32 (1983): 50-57.

Birden, Lorene. “Trois analyses du sel: Le Personnage du faux charitable dans des oeuvers de George Eliot, Charles Dickens et Rebecca West.”Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Universit� Paul Val�ry, Montpellier 45 (April, 1997): 12-13,51-71.

Bonikowski, Wyatt. “The Return of the Soldier Brings Death Home.” Modern Fiction Studies 51.3 (2005): 513-535.

Brian, R. ‘ The Return of the “Spiritual Soldier”: Rebecca West’s Henry James, Henry James Review, 2018 Fal, Vol.39(3): 256-266.

Briggs, Austin . “Rebecca West v. James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and William Carlos Williams.” Joyce in the Hibernian Metropolis: Essays. Ed. Morris Beja and David Norris (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1996), 83-102.

Buckley, William F. “Rebecca West, RIP.” National Review 35 (April 15, 1983): 421.

Campman, M. Sue. “What We Must Love: Marriage in Best-Sellers by Women During the 1930’s.” Ph.D. diss., Austin: University of Texas, 1987.

Cankshaw, Edward. “Rebecca West.” Observer (March 20, 1983): 27.

Chamberlin, Lesley. “Rebecca West In Yugoslavia.” Contemporary Review 248 (may 1986): 262-66.

Chialant, Maria Teresa. “Scenari di emancipazione femminile” Edimburgo e Lodra nell�opera di Rebecca West.” La cittB delle donne: Immaginario urbano e letteratura del Novecento. Ed. Oriana Palusci. Turin: Tirrenia, 1992. 29-47.

Clarke, Ann Jennifer. “Know This Is Your War: British Women Writers and the Two World Wars.” Ph.D. diss., Stony Brook: State University of New York, 1989.

Cohen, Debra Rae. “The impregnable fortress of a gracious life: Rebecca West Denatures Nostalgia.” Remapping the Home Front: Locating Citizenship in British Women’s Great War Fiction. Boston : Northeastern University Press, 2002.

Colquitt, Clare. “A Call to Arms: Rebecca West’s Assault on the Limits of ‘Gerda’s Empire’ In Black Lamb and Grey Falcon.” South Atlantic Review 51 (1986): 77-91.

Connell, Brian. “A Critic In Perpetual Motion.” Times London (Sept. 1, 1975): 7.

Cooper, Jilly. “Dame Rebecca West.” Sunday Times London (July 25, 1976): 31.

Corne, Jonah. ‘Regicide on Repeat: The Pensive Spectator of Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon‘, Criticism, 1 January 2018, Vol.60(1): 47-73.

Cowan, Laura. “The Fine Frenzy of Artistic Vision: Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier as a Feminist Analysis of World War I.” Centennial Review 42, 2 (1998): 285-308.

Craigle, Jill. “Still the Wittiest Woman in London.” Times London (Dec. 6, 1982): 8.

Crooks, Robert C. “The Eternal Moment: Paralysis and Stasis in Modern British Fiction.” Ph. D. diss., Tufts University, 1989.

Curtis, Anthony. “Dame Rebecca Talks to Anthony Curtis about Social Improvements and Literary Disasters.” Listener 89 (Feb. 15, 1973): 211-13.

Davies, A Powell. “The Bewitchment of Rebecca West.” The New Republic (June 8, 1953.): 14-15.

Davis, Robert Murray. “Waugh, Rebecca West, and Yugoslavia.” Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies. 31:1 (Spring 1997): 4-5.

Deakin, Motley. Rebecca West. Boston: Twayne, 1980.

Deakin, Motley. “Rebecca West: A Supplement to Hutchinson’s Preliminary List.” Bulletin of Bibliography 39 (June 1982): 52-8.

Dickson, Lovat. “H.G. Wells: His Tribulent Life and Times.’ New York: Atheneum, 1969.

Dinnage, Rosemary. Alone! Alone!: Lives of Some Outsider Women. New York: New York Book Reviews, 2005. xiv, 296.

Dinnage, Rosemary. “Staying the Course.” New York Review of Books 29 (Aug. 12, 1982): 12-14.

Driscoll, Catherine. “Feminine Audiences for Joyce.” Joyce’s Audiences. Ed. John Nash. European Joyce Studies 14 ( Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2002), 179-200.

Eilmann, Mary. “The Russians of Rebecca West.” Atlantic 218 (Dec. 1966) 68-71.

Enright, D.J. “Rebecca West’s Novels.” New Statesman 72 (nov. 4, 1866): 666.

Evans, Faith. “Introduction.” Family Memories: An Autobiographical Journey by Rebecca West. New York: Viking Penguin, 1988.

Felber, Lynette. Literary Liaisons: Auto/Biographical Appropriations in Modernist Women’s Fiction. DeKalb: Northern Illinois UP, 2002.

Felber, Lynette. “Unfinished Business and Self-Memorialization: Rebecca West’s Aborted Novel, ‘Mild Silver, Furious Gold.'” Journal of Modern Literature 25.2 (2001-2002): 38-49.

“Female Sacrifice: Gender and Nostalgic Nationalism in Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon”. Narratives of Nostalgia, Gender, and Nationalism. Ed. Jean Pickering and Suzanne Kehde. New York: NYU Press, 1997. 138-58.

Ferguson, Moira. “Feminist Manicheanism: Rebecca West’s Unique Fusion.” Minnesota Review 15 (Fall 1980): 55-59.

Forbes, Allistair. “The Bright Old Thing.” Spectator (Dec. 3, 1977): 23.

Forster, Margaret. “West’s Country.” Guardian (nov. 25, 1980): 12.

Frankau, Pamela. A Letter from R*b*cc* W*st. Preface by Diana Raymond. Edinburgh: Tragara Press, 1986.

Frigerio, Francesca. “Modernit� e rovina. Le visioni urbane di Rebecca West.” Experience 7 (Winter 2005): 89-97.

Frigerio, Francesca. “Under West(ern) Eyes: Rebecca West Reads Joyce.” Journal of Modern Literature 26.1 (Fall 2002): 66-72.

Fromm, Gloria F. “Rebecca West: The Fiction of Facts and the Fact of Fiction.” The New Criterion 5 (January 1991): 44-53.

Gallagher, Donat. “Rebecca West, the Hern Libel and Lord Beaverbrook.” Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies 32:1 (Spring 1998): 1-3.

Garis, Leslie. “Rebecca West.” New York Times Magazine (April 14, 1982): 30-36, 98-101.

Gibb, Lorna. West’s World: The Extraordinary Life of Dame Rebecca West. Londson: Pan MacMillan, 2013. Berkeley: Counterpoint Press, 2015.

Gilbert, Sandra, Susan Gubar, and Lisa C. Harper. Teaching with The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women: The Traditions in English 2nd Ed. A Guide for Instructors. New York : W. W. Norton, 1996.

Gledhill, Jane. “Impersonality and Amnesia: A response to World War I in the Writings of H.D. Lawrence and Rebecca West.” Women and World War I: The Written Response. Ed. Dorothy Goldman. New York: St. Martin’s, 1993. 169-87.

Glendinning, Victor. “Afterward.” Cousin Rosamund. London: Macmillan, 1985. New York: Viking, 1986. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987. London: Virago, 1988.

Glendinning, Victoria. “A Woman for Our Century.” New Republic 188 (April 11, 1983): 28-29.

Glendinning, Victoria. “Talk with Rebecca West.” New York Times Book Review (Oct. 2, 1977): 14, 32.

Glendinning, Victoria. Rebecca West: A Life. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987.

Glover, David. ‘Rebecca West and the “Radio Traitor”: The 1351 Treason Act in 1945, The Space Between, 2017, Vol.13: 1.

Goldworthy, Vesna. “Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: Rebecca West’s Journey through the Balkans.” Women: A Cultural Review 8:1 (Spring 1997): 1-11.

Goldsworthy, Vesna. “Travel Writing as Autobiography: Rebecca West’s Journey of Self-Discovery.” Representing Lives: Women and Auto/biography. Ed. Alison Donnell and Pauline Polkey ( New York : Macmillan Press, 2000), 87-95.

Gross, John. “With Malice toward Mon.” New York Times Book Review (May 6, 1984): 7,9.

Green, Barbara. “The New Woman’s Appetite for ‘Riotous Living’: Rebecca West, Modernist Feminism, and the Everyday.” Women’s Experience of Modernity, 1875-1945. Eds. Ann L. Ardis and Leslie W. Lewis. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. 221-36.

Green, Barbara. ‘ Feminist Spaces and Women’s Pages: Rebecca West and Socialist Periodicals’, in Feminist Periodicals and Daily Life
Women and Modernity in British Culture
. London: Palgrave, 2017.

Hall, Brian . “Rebecca West’s War.” The New Yorker (April 15, 1996): 74-83.

Hammond, J.R. H.G. Wells and Rebecca West. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991.

Hayman, Ronald. “Rebecca West: An Interview.” Books and Bookmen (March 1982): 7-8.

Hertog, Susan. Dangerous Ambition: Rebecca West and Dorothy Thompson: New Women in Search of Love and Power. New York: Ballantine Books, 2011.

Hicks, Jim. “Specialist in Traitors, Spies and Weeds.” Life 61 (Sept. 30, 1966): 55-56.

Hutchinson, G. Evelyn. “A Preliminary List of the Writings of Rebecca West: 1912-1951. New Haven: Yale University Library, 1957. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1973.

Hutchinson, G. Evelyn. A Preliminary List of the Writings of Rebecca West: 1912-1951. New Haven: Yale UP, 1957.

Hutchinson, George Evelyn. “Rebecca West.” Yale Review 76 (Winter 1987): 203-5.

Hutchinson, George Evelyn. “The Dome.” The Itinerant Ivory Tower. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953. 241-255.

Hutchison, H. ‘A bit of string: Rebecca west on Henry James’, Henry James Review, Fall 2018, Vol.39(3): 47-255.

Hynes, Samuel. “Bibliography” Rebecca West: A Celebration. Ed. Samuel Hynes. New York: Viking Press, 1977. 761-6.

Hynes, Samuel. “In Communion with Reality.” Times Literary Supplement (Dec. 21, 1973): 1553-5.

Hynes, Samuel. “Introduction.” The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West (New York: Penguin, 1998).

Hynes, Samuel. “The Wild West.” New Republic 197 (Oct. 19, 1987): 46-49.

Johnston, Judith L. “Rebecca West.” An Encyclopedia of British Writers. Ed. Paul and June Schlueter, 473-476. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988.

Kalb, Bernard. “Biographical Note on Rebecca West.” Saturday Review 38 (March 19, 1955): 14-15.

Kaplan, Robert D. Balkan Ghosts: A Journey Through History. New York: Vintage, 1994.

Kavka, Misha. “Men in (Shell-)Shock: Masculinity, Trauma, and Psychoanalysis in Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier.” Studies in 20th-Century Literature 22 (1998): 151-71.

Kennedy, Ludovic. “Yum Yum.” Listener 96 (Sept. 30, 1976): 396.

Kielty, Daniel. ‘“Hands That War: In the Midlands”: Rebecca West’s Rediscovered Article on First World War Munitions Workers’, Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, 2017, Vol.36(1): 211-217.

Kielty, Daniel. ‘”For at her touch our lives had at last fallen into a pattern”: Tactility in Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier, Feminist Modernist Studies, Nov 2020, Vol. 4 (1): 53-70.

Kobler, Turner S. “The Eclecticism of Rebecca West.” Critique 13 (1971): 30-49.

Laing, Kathryn. “Addressing Femininity in the Twenties: Virginia Woolf and Rebecca West on Money, Mirrors and Masquerade.” Virginia Woolf and the Arts. Ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hawkins (New York: Pace University Press, 1997), 66-75.

Laing, Kathryn. “Introduction.” The Sentinel: An Incomplete Early Novel by Rebecca West. Oxford : Legenda, 2002.

Laing, Kathryn. “The Sentinel: Rebecca West’s Buried Novel.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 19:1 (Spring 2000): 9-26.

Laing, Kathryn. “The Sentinel by Rebecca West: A Newly Discovered Novel.” Notes and Queries 45 (243):2 (June, 1998): 234-37.

Laing, Kathryn. ‘Am I a Vorticist?: Re-reading Rebecca West’s “Indissoluble Matrimony” and BLAST‘, in BLAST at 100: A Modernist Magazine Reconsidered. Leiden: BRILL, 2017.

Laing, Kathryn. ‘‘An Outpour of Ink’: From the ‘Young Rebecca’ to ‘the most important signature of these years’, Rebecca West 1911–1920’, in Women, Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1890s-1920s:
The Modernist Period
. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019.

Laski, Marghanita. “Lives or Works? On H.G. Wells & Rebecca West.” Encounter 69 (Dec. 1987): 82-90.

Lassner, Phyllis. British Women Writers of World War II. Basingstoke: Macmillan/Palgrave, 1998.

Lawrence, Shirley. “Rebecca West: Battle-Axe and Silver Pen.” Simone de Beauvoir Studies 10, (1993): 151-57.

Lesinska, Zofia P. Perspectives of Four Women Writers on the Second World War. New York: Peter Lang, 2002.

Levi, Primo. The Drowned and the Saved. New York: Vintage, 1989.

Levin, Bernard. “Rebecca West: the Light that Never Failed.” Times London (Dec. 21, 1972): 12.

MacKay, Marina. “Immortal Goddess: Ideas of Resurrection in Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon.” Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 54:3 (Spring 2002): 177-95.

Marcus, Jane A. “A speaking Sphnix.” Tulsa Studies In Women’s Literature (1983): 151-54.

Marcus, Jane. “Rebecca West: A Voice of Authority.” Faith of a (Woman) Writer. Eds. Alice Kessler-Harris and William McBrian (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1988).

Marcus, Jane A. “A Wilderness of One’s Own.” Women Writers and the City. Ed. Susan M. Squier, 134-60. Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 1984.

Marcus, Jane. “A Wilderness of One’s Own: Feminist Fantasy Novels of the Twenties: Rebecca West and Sylvia Townsend Warner.” Women Writers and the City. Essays in Feminist Literary Criticism. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1984.

Marcus, Jane. Virginia Woolf and the Languages of the Patriarchy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987.

May, Gita. “Rebecca West.” British Writers. Ed.George Stade. New York : Scribner’s, 1996. 431-45.

McDowell, Margaret B. “Rebecca West.” Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 36, 272-92. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1985.

Meyers, Judith Marie. ” ‘Comrade-Twin’: Brothers and Doubles in the World War I Prose of May Sinclair, Katherine Anne Porter, Vera Brittain, Rebecca West, and Virginia Woolf.” Ph. D. diss., University of Washington, 1985.

Mosley, Diana. “The Writing of Rebecca West.” European (July 1956): 15-41.

Mosley, Diana. “The Writing of Rebecca West.” Typograheum (1986).

Mourant, Chris. ‘Rebecca West, the Forgotten Vorticist?’, Modernist Cultures, Nov 2019, Vol. 14(4) : 469-497.

Nicholas, Lewis. “Talk with Rebecca West.” New York Times Book Review (Dec. 9, 1956):28.

Norton, Ann. “Introduction.” The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West. New York: Barnes and Noble Classics, 2006. vii – xv.

Norton, Ann V. Paradoxical Feminism: The Novels of Rebecca West. Lanham , MD: International Scholars Publications, 2000.

Norton, Ann. “Rebecca West’s Ironic Heronie: Beauty as Tragedy in The Judge.” English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 34:3 (1991): 295-308.

Orel, Harold. The Literary Achievement of Rebecca West. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1986.

Orel, Harold. The Literary Achievement of Rebecca West. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1986.

Orlich, Mary Margarita. “The Novels of Rebecca West: A Complex Unity.” Ph.D. diss., University of Notre Dame, 1966.

Packer, Joan Garrett. Rebecca West. An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing, 1991.

Panter-Downs, Molly. “Letter from London.” New Yorker 59 (March 28, 1983): 104.

Peterson, Shirley. “Modernism, Single Motherhood, and the Discourse of Women’s Liberation in Rebecca West’s The Judge.” Unmanning Modernism: Gendered Re-Readings. Eds. Loralee Macpike et al. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1997. 105-116.

Prescott, peter S., and Edward Behr. “Ninety Years of Ardent Feminism.” Newsweek 101 (March 28, 1983): 60.

Pringle, Alexandra. Introduction in The Harsh Voice by Rebecca West (New York: The Dial Press, 1981): vii-xiii.

Pritchett, V.S. “Mr. Wells’s New Woman.” New Statesman (Nov. 22, 1974): 742-3.

Pritchett, V.S. “Rebecca West.” New Yorker 58 (July 19, 1982) 95-8.

Pritchett, V.S. “One of Nature’s Balkans.” New Yorker 63 (Dec. 21, 1987): 132-34.

Pykett, Lyn. “Writing around Modernism: May Sinclair and Rebecca West.” Outside Modernism: In Pursuit of the English Novel, 1900-1930. Eds. Lynne Hapgood and Nancy Paxton. London : Macmillan, 2000. 103-122.

Rainer, Dachine. “Disturber of the Peace.” Guardian (Dec. 21, 1967): 5.

Rainer, Dachine. “Rebecca West: Disturber of the Peace.” Commonweal 88 (May 10, 1968): 227-30.

Rainer, Dachine. “No. 1 Woman Writer.” Guardian (Oct. 26, 1959): 5.

Ray, Gordon. H.G. Wells and Rebecca West. New Haven: Yale University, 1974.

Ray, Philip. “The Judge Reexamined: Rebecca West’s Underrated Gothic Romance.” English Literature In Transition 31 (1988): 297-307.

“Rebecca West and The Return of the Soldier: from Novel to Play.” WOMEN & THEATRE OCCASIONAL PAPERS No.4, University of Birmingham (UK) 1997. 87-95.

Redd, Tony Neil. “Rebecca West: Master of Reality.” Ph.D. diss., University of South Carolina, 1972.

Requeno, Valerie. “Yougoslavie: Ambigut� de la diversit� dans Black Lamb and Grey Falcon de Rebecca West.” Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l’Imaginaire dans les Litt�ratures de Langue Anglaise 8 (2002): 159-72.

Rohman, Carrie L. “On Marrying a Butcher: Animality and the Discursive Anxieties of Modernism in Rebecca West’s ‘Indissoluble Matrimony’.” Forthcoming in Mosaic.

Rollyson, Carl. Rebecca West and the God That Failed: Essays. Lincoln, iUniverse, 2005.

Rollyson, Carl. “The Biographer Who Came In from the Cold: Becoming Rebecca West’s Authorized Biographer.” Biography and Source Studies 8 (2004): 75-100.

Rollyson, Carl. “Rebecca West: A Portrait.” Rebecca West and the God that Failed: Essays. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2005. 5-13

Rollyson, Carl. “Rebecca West and the God that Failed,” The Wilson Quarterly 20.3 (Summer 1996): 78.

Rollyson, Carl. “History Brought Home: Rebecca West’s Yugoslav Journey,” Bangkok Post, (7 February, 1994).

Rollyson Carl E. Rebecca West: A Life. New York: Scribner, 1996.

Rollyson, Carl. The Literary Legacy of Rebecca West. San Francisco: International Scholars Publications, 1998.

Rollyson, Carl. “Rebecca West: A Portrait,” Confrontation 62-63 (Fall 1997).

Rollyson, Carl E. Rebecca West: A Saga of the Century. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1995.

Rollyson, Carl. “Rebecca West and the FBI,” The New Criterion 16:6 (February 1998):

Rosenblum, Lauren M. ‘Rebecca West and newspaper writing as modernist genre’, Feminist Modernist Studies, Jun 2019, Vol. 2(2): 180-193.

Scanlon, Mara. ‘Gender Identity and Promiscuous Identification: Reading (in) Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier‘, Journal of Modern Literature, 2017, Vol.40(3): 66-83

Schweizer, Bernard. “Epic Form and (Re)Vision in Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon.” Approaches to the Anglo and American Female Epic. Ed. Bernard Schweizer. Burlington: Ashgate, 2006.

Schweizer, Bernard. “Genesis of a ‘might-have-been masterpiece’: Rebecca West’s Survivors in Mexico.” Journal of Modern Literature, 24.2 (Winter, 2000/2001): 251-269.

Schweizer, Bernard. Introduction. Survivors in Mexico. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2003.

Schweizer, Bernard. Radicals on the Road: The Politics of English Travel Writing in the 1930s. Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press , 2001.

Schweizer, Bernard. Rebecca West: Heroism, Rebellion, and the Female Epic. Westport: Greenwood Press, 2002.

Scott, Rivers. “A Darling Trechant Wit.” Daily Telegraph (Dec. 19, 1981): 9.

Scott, Bonnie Kime. Introduction. Selected Letters of Rebecca West. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. New Haven: Yale UP, 2000. (Includes annotations).

Scott, Bonnie Kime. “The Strange Necessity of Rebecca West.” Women Reading Women’s Writing. Ed. Sue Rose, 263-86. New York: St. Martins’s Press, 1988.

Scott, Bonnie Kime. “Refiguring the Binary, Breaking the Cycle: Rebecca West as Feminist Modernist.” Twentieth Century Literature 37 (Summer 1991): 169-191.

Scott, Bonnie Kime. Refiguring Modernism: Postmodern Feminist Readings of Woolf, West, and Barnes. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995.

Seeley, Tracy. “Woolf and Rebecca West’s Fiction Essays.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 39 (Fall 1992): 6-7.

Spender, Dale. There’s Always Been a Woman’s Movement This Century. London : Pandora Press, 1983.

Spitzer, Jennifer. ‘“I find my mind meeting yours”: Rebecca West’s Telepathic Modernism’, Studies in the Novel, 2018, Vol.50(4): 543-562.

Stec, Loretta. “Dystopian Modernism vs Utopian Feminism: Burdekin, Woolf, and West Respond to the Rise of Fascism.” Virginia Woolf and Fascism. Ed. Merry M. Pawlowski. London : Palgrave, 2002. 178-225.

Stetz, Margaret Dian. “Drinking ‘The Wine of Truth’: Philosophical Change In West’s The Return of the Soldier.” Arizona Quarterly 43 (1987): 63-78.

Stetz, Margaret D. “Drinking ‘The Wine of Truth’: Philosophical Change in West’s The Return of the Soldier.” Arizona Quarterly 43.1 (1987): 63-78.

Stetz, Margaret D. “Rebecca West and the Nuremberg Trials.” Peace Review 13.2 (2001): 229-235.

Stetz, Margaret D.”Rebecca West’s ‘Elegy’: Women’s Laughter and Loss.” In British Women’s Comic Fiction, 1890-1990. Aldersot , VT : Ashgate, 2001. 49-68.

Stetz, Margaret D. “Rebecca West’s Criticism: Alliance , Tradition, and Modernism.” Rereading Modernism. Ed. Lisa Rado. New York: Garland Publishing, 1994. 41-66.

Stetz, Margaret D. “Rebecca West and the Visual Arts.” Tulsa Studies In Women’s Literature 8 (Sept. 1989): 43-62.

Stetz, Margaret D. “‘Sideways’ Feminism: Rebecca West and the Saturday Evening Post, 1928,” The Space Between Journal. 9.1 (2013): 61–75.

Stetz, Margaret D. “A Haunted War: The Return of The Return of the Soldier.” Coffin Bell: A Journal of Dark Literature. 2:4. (2019) https://coffinbell.com/a-haunted-war-the-return-of-the-return-of-the-soldier/

Stetz, Margaret. ‘Time and Tide Waited for Her: Rebecca West’s Journalism in the 1920s’, in Women, Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1890s-1920s: The Modernist Period. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019.

Stokes, John. “‘A Woman of Genius’: Rebecca West at the Theatre.” The Edwardian Theatre. Ed. Michael R. Booth and Joel H. Kaplan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996: 185-200.

Symour, Miranda. “A Glorious Cavalry Charge.” The Times Literary Supplement (21 April, 2000): 27.

Teachout. Terry. “A Liberated Woman.” New Criterion 6 (Jan. 1988): 13-21.

Thomas, Sue. “Questioning Sexual Modernity: Rebecca West’s Sunflower.” ALUMLA Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Associations: A Journal of Literary Criticism and Linguistics 89 (May, 1998): 99-120.

Thomas, Sue. “Rebecca West’s Second Thoughts on Feminism.” Genders 13 (Spring 1992): 90-107.

Till, Antonia. “Introduction.” The Only Poet by Rebecca West. London: Virago, 1992. 1-15.

Tillinghast, Richard. “Rebecca West & the Tragedy of Yugoslavia.” The New Criterion 10:10 (June 1992): 12-22

Tillinghast, Richard. “The Tragedy of Yugoslavia .” The New Criterion 10:10 (June 1992): 12-22.

Trilling, Lionel. “Treason In the Modern World.” Speaking of Literature and Society, 230-5. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1980.

Trilling, Diana. “The jaguar and the Panther.” Times Literary Supplement (nov. 22, 1974): 1301-302.

Urie, Dale Marie. “Rebecca West: A Worthy Legacy.” Ph.D. diss., North Texas State University, 1989.

Varney, Susan. “Oedipus and the Modernist Aesthetic: Reconceiving the Social in Rebecca West’s The Return of the Soldier.” Naming the Father: Legacies, Genealogies, and Explorations of Fatherhood in Modern and Contemporary Literature. Eds. Eva Paulino Bueno, Terry Caesar, and William Hummel. Maryland : Lexington Books. 2000.

Vasey, Joanna. “The Fountain Overflows by Rebecca West.” Brick 61 (Winter 1998): 67.

“A Voice of Authority.” Women Reading Women’s Writing. Ed. Sue Roe (New York: The Harvester Press, 1987), 237-246.

Wallace, Diane. Sisters and Rivals in British Women’s Fiction 1914-39. London: Macmillan, 2000.

Warner, Marina. “The Art of Fiction LXV: Rebecca West.” Paris Review 23 (Spring 1981): 117-64.

Warner, Marina. “Rebecca West.” The Paris Review, I. Intro by Philip Gourevitch. New York: Picador, 2006.(Reprint: Paris Review. 1979. 81.)

Warner, Marina. “Rebecca west Talking with Marina Warner.” Writing Lives, ed. Mary Chamberlain, 262-75. London: Virago Press, 1988.

Weatherby, W.J. “A Woman Doubly scorned.” Manchester Guardian Weekly (April 22, 1984): 21.

Webster, Harvey Curtis. “A Visit with Rebecca West.” Saturday Review 39 (Dec. 8, 1956): 14-15.

Weldon, Fay. Rebecca West. Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1985.

Wells, G.P. “Rebecca West.” H.G. Wells In Love, ed. G.P. Wells, 94-112. Boston: Little, Brown, 1984.

West, Anthony. “Life with Auntie Panther and H.G. Wels.” Observer (Jan. 4, 1976): 15.

West, Anthony. “Mother and Son.” New York Review of Books 31 (March 1, 1984): 9-12.

West, Anthony. “The Mystery of My Birth.” Harpers Magazine 250 (Jan. 197 5): 82-6.

West, Anthony. H.G. Wells: Aspects of a Life. New York: Random House, 1984.

West, Anthony. Heritage. London: Secker & Warburg, 1984.

White, Terence de Vere. “Rebecca West.” Spectator 250 (March 19, 1983): 19-20.

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