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Selected Bibliography on Washington Irving

Achilles, Jochen. "Besieged Sleepy Hollows in Transatlantic Perspective: Identity Construction and Contestation in Washington Irving's the Sketch Book." American Studies: A Monograph Series (Amstudies). Ed. Hebel, Udo J. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. ix, 475 pp. Print.

Adams, Jon- K. "Family Relations and the American Revolution." American Studies: A Monograph Series (Amstudies). Ed. Hebel, Udo J. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. ix, 475 pp. Print.

Aderman, Ralph M. Critical Essays on Washington Irving. Critical essays on American literature. Boston, Mass.: G.K. Hall, 1990.

Aderman, Ralph M. Washington Irving Reconsidered; A Symposium. Hartford,: Transcendental Books, 1969.

Aderman, Ralph M. Critical Essays on Washington Irving. Critical essays on American literature. Boston, Mass.: G.K. Hall, 1990.

Algisi, Romina. "Washington Irving E L'esperienza Spagnola: Alla Ricerca Di Un Passato." Illuminazioni 2 (2007): 22-37. Print.

Anderson, Donald. "Irving's 'the Legend of Sleepy Hollow'." Explicator 61 4 (2003): 207-10. Print.

Anderson, Donald R. "Freedom's Lullaby: Rip Van Winkle and the Framings of Self-Deception." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 46 4 [181] (2000): 255-83. Print.

Andrews, Jeanmarie. "Ghosts in Sleepy Hollow Country." Early American Life 32 5 (2001): 18-21. Print.

Antelyes, Peter. Tales of Adventurous Enterprise : Washington Irving and the Poetics of Western Expansion. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

Anthony, David. "'Gone Distracted': 'Sleepy Hollow,' Gothic Masculinity, and the Panic of 1819." Early American Literature 40 1 (2005): 111-44. Print.

Arnold, David L. G. "Fearful Pleasures, or 'I Am Twice the Man': The Re-Gendering of Ichabod Crane." Literature Film Quarterly 31 1 (2003): 33-38. Print.

Ashe, Fred. "The Really Big Sleep: Jeffrey Lebowski as the Second Coming of Rip Van Winkle." The Year's Work in Lebowski Studies. Eds. Comentale, Edward P., Aaron Jaffe and William Preston Robertson. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2009. xii, 491 pp. Print.

Baron, Xavier. "Washington Irving." Dictionary of Literary Biography (Dlb). Eds. Schramer, James and Donald Ross. Detroit, MI: Gale, 1997. xxvi, 418 pp. Print.

Barrio Marco, Jose Manuel. "El Quijote Y La Prosa En Norteamerica, Su Influencia En Washington Irving: The Sketch Book." Centro Buendia (Centro Buendia). Eds. Barrio Marco, Jose Manuel and Maria Jose Crespo Allue. Valladolid, Spain: Universidad de Valladolid, 2007. 597 pp. Print.

Bedell, Rebecca. "John Quidor and the Demonic Imagination: Ichabod Crane Flying from the Headless Horseman (C. 1828)." Yale Journal of Criticism: Interpretation in the Humanities 11 1 (1998): 111-18. Print.

Benét, Laura, and Harvé Stein. Washington Irving, Explorer of American Legend. New York: Dodd Mead, 1966.

Benoit, Raymond. “Archetypes and Ecotones: The Tree in Faulkner's 'The Bear' and Irving's 'Rip Van Winkle'.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 22.1 (1992): 4-5.

Bergland, Renee. "Diseased States, Public Minds: Native American Ghosts in Early National Literature." The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination. Eds. Anolik, Ruth Bienstock and Douglas L. Howard. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. x, 310 pp. Print.

Bernardo, Susan M. "The Bloody Battle of the Sexes in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow." Literature Film Quarterly 31 1 (2003): 39-43. Print.

Blackburn, Timothy C. "'Have I Changed So Much?' Jim Burden, Intertextuality, and the Ending of My Antonia." Cather Studies 7 (2007): 140-64. Print.

Blakemore, Steven. "Family Resemblances: The Texts and Contexts of 'Rip Van Winkle'." Early American Literature 35 2 (2000): 187-212. Print.

Bottalico, Michele. "Visioni D'oltreoceano: Irving E Cooper Su Londra." Ricerche (Ricerche). Eds. Trulli, Maristella and Luisa Pontrandolfo. Venice, Italy: Marsilio, 2006. xxxvi, 406 pp. Print.

Bowden, Mary Weatherspoon. Washington Irving. Twayne's United States authors series ; TUSAS 379. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981.

Bowden, Edwin T. Washington Irving Bibliography. The Complete Works of Washington Irving, vol. 30. Ed. Washington Irving. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1989.

Bradley, Elizabeth L. Knickerbocker: The Myth Behind New York. New Brunswick, NJ: Rivergate, 2009. Print.

Bradley, Patricia L. "'Rip Van Winkle' and 'Shiloh': Why Resisting Readers Still Resist." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 48 2 (2007): 137-48. Print.

Breinig, Helmbrecht. "Das Kulinarische Imaginare: Oralitat, Identitat, Und Kultur in Einigen Texten Der Amerikanischen Literatur." Mannheimer Beitrage Zur Sprach- Und Literaturwissenschaft (Mbsl). Eds. Grewe-Volpp, Christa and Werner Reinhart. Tubingen, Germany: Narr, 2003. vi, 369 pp. Print.

Brill, Robert Densmore. "Edgar Allan Poe's Prescription for a Good Night's Sleep: 'the Premature Burial'." Atlantic Literary Review 3 1 (2002): 126-47. Print.

Bruce, Wallace, and Washington Irving. Along the Hudson with Washington Irving. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1970.

Burn, Stephen J. "Kennedy's Roscoe." Explicator 63 4 (2005): 247-48. Print.

Burns, Mark K. "'Ineffectual Chase': Indians, Prairies, Buffalo, and the Quest for the Authentic West in Washington Irving's a Tour on the Prairies." Western American Literature 42 1 (2007): 55-79. Print.

Burstein, Andrew. The Original Knickerbocker: The Life of Washington Irving. New York, NY: Basic, 2007. Print.

Bus, Heiner. "Geoffrey Crayon 'Lighting out for the Territory' and for Cultural Nationalism: A Reevalution of Washington Irving's Western Writings." American Studies: A Monograph Series (Amstudies). Ed. Hebel, Udo J. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. ix, 475 pp. Print.

Byers, John R., Jr. “Dreiser's Hurstwood and Jefferson's Rip Van Winkle.” PMLA 87 (1972): 514-16.

Cantizano Marquez, Blasina. "Washington Irving Y Fernan Caballero: Influencias Y Coincidencias Literarias." Especulo: Revista de Estudios Literarios 23 (2003): (no pagination). Print.

Catalano, Susan M. "Henpecked to Heroism: Placing Rip Van Winkle and Francis Macomber in the American Renegade Tradition." Hemingway Review 17 2 (1998): 111-17. Print.

Cohen, Matt. The Still Life: Domesticity, Subjectivity and the Bachelor in Nineteenth-Century America. 2003. Print.

Coslovi, Marina. "Two Historians with a Bias: Thady Quirk and Dietrich Knickerbocker." Annali di Ca' Foscari: Rivista della Facolta di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell'Universita di Venezia 42 4 (2003): 179-90. Print.

Costa de Beauregard, Raphaelle. "La Figure Du Stylet Et Autres Figures De Style Dans Sleepy Hollow De Tim Burton." Anglophonia: French Journal of English Studies 9 (2001): 179-91. Print.

Cracroft, Richard H. Washington Irving, the Western Works. Boise State University Western Writers Series, no. 14. Boise, Idaho: Boise State University, 1974.

Curtis, George William. Washington Irving : A Sketch. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1976.

Daigrepont, Lloyd M. “'Rip Van Winkle' and the Gnostic Vision of History.” CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 15.1 (1985): 47-59.

Da'mi, Muhammad al. "Muslim Spain and the Self-Reflective Basis of Irving's Moorish Chronicles." Gombak Review: A Biannual Publication of Creative Writing and Critical Comment 4 1 (1999): 52-61. Print.

Da'mi, Muhammed A. al. "Orientalism and Arab-Islamic History: An Inquiry into the Orientalists' Motives and Compulsions." Arab Studies Quarterly 20 4 (1998): 1-11. Print.

---. Arabian Mirrors and Western Soothsayers: Nineteenth-Century Literary Approaches to Arab-Islamic History. Comparative Cultures and Literatures (Compcl). New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2002. Print.

Dawson, William P. “'Rip Van Winkle' as Bawdy Satire: The Rascal and the Revolution.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 27.4 (105) (1981): 198-206.

Dawson, Hugh J. “Recovering 'Rip Van Winkle': A Corrective Reading.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 40.3 (1994): 251-73.

Delogu, Christopher Jon. "'How Did I Get Here?': An Untimely Meditation on the Sketchbook of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. By Washington Irving." Bulletin de la Societe d'Etudes Anglo-Americaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siecles 52 (2001): 219-28. Print.

Denham, James M. "William Pope Duval and Washington Irving: Fiction as Fact and Fact as Fiction-an Exploration of Early American Folklore in Florida's Antebellum Frontier." Florida Studies: Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Florida College English Association. Eds. Slate, Claudia, April Van Camp and Karen Tolchin. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars,2009. xiii, 228 pp. Print.

Dinshaw, Carolyn. "Are We Having Fun Yet? A Response to Prendergast and Trigg." New Medieval Literatures (New Medieval Literatures). Eds. Lawton, David, Wendy Scase and Rita Copeland. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2007. vii, 286 pp. Print.

Dorman, Robert L. "From the Middle of Nowhere to the Heartland: The Great Plains and American Regionalism." Literature and Place 1800-2000. Eds. Brown, Peter and Michael Irwin. Oxford, England: Peter Lang, 2006. 235 pp. Print.

Doyle, Charles Clay. "'He That Will Swear Will Lie': A Further Note." Chaucer Review: A Journal of Medieval Studies and Literary Criticism 32 1 (1997): 108-10. Print.

Dunn-Lardeau, Brenda. Le Voyage Imaginaire Dans Le Temps: Du Recit Medieval Au Roman Postmoderne. Grenoble, France: ELLUG, 2009. Print.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Washington Irving's 'Creole Village' and Goldsmith's 'Traveller'." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 20 1 (2007): 44-49. Print.

---. "Irving's Chronicle of Wolfert's Roost, Goldsmith's the Deserted Village, and Gray's 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College'." Explicator 65 3 (2007): 139-42. Print.

Engler, Bernd. "American Literary Nationalism and the Cultural Politics of 'De-Nationalizing' Shakespeare." Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik: A Quarterly of Language, Literature and Culture 51 4 (2003): 400-20. Print.

Fedulova, O. V. "Motiv Veshchego Sna V Proizvedeniiakh N. V. Gogolia I V. Irvinga." Mir Romantizma, Tom 9 (33). Eds. Kartashova, I. V. and E. G. Miliugina. Tver', Russia: Tverskii gosudarstvennyi universitet, 2004. 238 pp. Print.

Ferguson, Robert A. "Rip Van Winkle and the Generational Divide in American Culture." Early American Literature 40 3 (2005): 529-44. Print.

Fetterley, Judith. The Resisting Reader : A Feminist Approach to American fiction. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978.

Fraustino, Daniel. “'Rip Van Winkle' and Eighteenth Century Social Psychology.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 9.1-2 (1988): 70-74.

Funk, Elisabeth Paling. "Knickerbocker's New Netherland: Washington Irving's Representation of Dutch Life on the Hudson." European Contributions to American Studies (European Contributions to American Studies). Eds. Harinck, George, Hans Krabbendam and Clifford Sobel. Amsterdam, Netherlands: VU UP, 2005. 199 pp. Print.

---. "Kindred Spirits: Jacob Cats and Washington Irving." Studies in Dutch Language and Culture (Studies in Dutch Language and Culture). Eds. Lacy, Margriet Bruijn, Charles Gehring and Jenneke Oosterhoof. Munster, Germany: Nodus, 2008. 424 pp. Print.

---. "From Amsterdam to New Amsterdam: Washington Irving, the Dutch St. Nicholas, and the American Santa Claus." Explorers, Fortunes & Love Letters: A Window on New Netherland. Ed. Shattuck, Martha Dickinson. Albany, NY: New Netherland Institute, 2009. xii, 172 pp. Print.

Garcia Castaneda, Salvador. "Acerca De George Washington Montgomery, Washington Irving Y Otros Hispanistas Norteamericanos De La Epoca Fernandina." Ideas En Sus Paisajes: Homenaje Al Profesor Russell P. Sebold. Eds. Carnero, Guillermo, Ignacio Javier Lopez and Enrique Rubio. Alicante, Spain: Universidad de Alicante, 1999. 417 pp. Print.

Giles, Paul. "From Transgression to Liminality: The Thresholds of Washington Irving." Studies in Liminality and Literature (Stl&L). Ed. Soto, Isabel. Madrid, Spain: Gateway, 2000. 154 pp. Print.

Giorcelli, Cristina. "Da Irving-a Hawthorne-a Poe-a Irving: Alle Origini Del Fantastico Nella Letteratura Statunitense." Letterature d'America: Rivista Trimestrale 24 101 (2004): 23-52. Print.

Gobel, Walter. "Washington Irving's 'Rip Van Winkle', a Postcolonial Reading Or: In Search of a Usable Past." Internationale Forschungen Zur Allgemeinen Und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft (Ifavl). Eds. Sackel, Sarah, Walter Gobel and Noha Hamdy. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2009. 276 pp. Print.

Greven, David. "Troubling Our Heads About Ichabod: 'the Legend of Sleepy Hollow,' Classic American Literature, and the Sexual Politics of Homosocial Brotherhood." American Quarterly 56 1 (2004): 83-111. Print.

Gross, Barry. “Washington Irving: The Territory Behind.” Markham Review 10 (1980): 4-9.

Haberly, David T. “Form and Function in the New World Legend.” Do the Americas Have a Common Literature? Ed. Gustavo Perez Firmat. Durham: Duke UP, 1990. 42-61.

Hardt, John S. “Doubts in the American Garden: Three Cases of Paradisal Skepticism.” Studies in Short Fiction 25.3 (1988): 249-259.

Hendrix, James P. "A New Vision of America: Lewis and Clark and the Emergence of the American Imagination." Great Plains Quarterly 21 3 (2001): 211-32. Print.

Hedges, William L. Washington Irving, an American study, 1802-1832. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1980.

Hiller, Alice. "'an Avenue to Some Degree of Profit and Reputation': The Sketch Book as Washington Irving's Entree and Undoing." Journal of American Studies 31 2 (1997): 275-93. Print.

Horowitz, Howard. "'Rip Van Winkle' and Legendary National Memory." Western Humanities Review 58 2 (2004): 34-47. Print.

Hughes, Robert. "Sleepy Hollow: Fearful Pleasures and the Nightmare of History." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 61 3 (2005): 1-26. Print.

Hulpke, Erika. “Cultural Constraints: A Case of Political Censorship.” Interculturality and the Historical Study of Literary Translations. Eds. Harald Kittel and Armin Paul Frank. Gottinger Beitrage zur Internationalen Ubersetzungsforschung. Series No: 4. Berlin: Schmidt, 1991. 71-74.

Inge, M. Thomas. "Bing Crosby, Walt Disney, and Ichabod Crane." Going My Way: Bing Crosby and American Culture. Eds. Prigozy, Ruth, et al. Rochester, NY: U of Rochester P, 2007. 202 pp. Print.

Insko, Jeffrey. "Diedrich Knickerbocker, Regular Bred Historian." Early American Literature 43 3 (2008): 605-41. Print.

Irving, Washington, and Nathalia Wright. Journals and notebooks. The Complete works of Washington Irving ; v. [1]-5. Ed. Washington Irving. Madison,: University of Wisconsin Press, 1969.

Irving, Washington, Ben Harris McClary, and John Murray (Firm). Washington Irving and the House of Murray; Geoffrey Crayon charms the British, 1817-1856. [1st ] ed. Knoxville,: University of Tennessee Press, 1969.

Irving, Washington, et al. The journals of Washington Irving (hitherto unpublished). New York,: Haskell House, 1970.

Irving, Washington, and William Robert Langfeld. The poems and Washington Irving. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1971.

Irving, Washington, et al. Letters. The complete works of Washington Irving ; v. 23-26. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1978.

Irving, Washington, and Dahlia Terrell. The Crayon miscellany. The Complete works of Washington Irving ; v. 22. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979.

Irving, Washington, and Susan Manning. The sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon, gent. The world's classics. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Jacobs, John T. The western journey : exploration, education, and autobiography in Irving, Parkman, and Thoreau. Garland publications in American and English literature. New York: Garland Pub., 1988.

Jarka, Horst, Lois Jarka, and Heinz Lunzer. The Others' Austria: Impressions of American and British Travellers, Volume One: 1814-1914. Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought (Salct). Riverside, CA: Ariadne, 2006. Print.Johnson, Stephen. “Evaluating Early Film as a Document of Theatre History: The 1896 Footage of Joseph Jefferson's Rip Van Winkle.” Nineteenth Century Theatre 20.2 (1992): 101-22.

Johnston, Johanna. The heart that would not hold; a biography of Washington Irving. New York,: M. Evans, 1971.

Jones, Brian Jay. Washington Irving: An American Original. New York, NY: Arcade, 2008. Print.

Kann, David J. “'Rip Van Winkle': Wheels within Wheels.” American Imago 36 (1979): 178-96.

Karcher, Carolyn L. “Partriarchal Society and Matriarchal Family in Irving's 'Rip Van Winkle' and Child's 'Hilda Silfverling'.” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 2.2 (1985): 31-44.

Kevorkian, Martin. "'You Must Never Move the Body!': Burying Irving's Text in Sleepy Hollow." Literature Film Quarterly 31 1 (2003): 27-32. Print.

Killick, Tim. British Short Fiction in the Early Nineteenth Century: The Rise of the Tale. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2008. Print.

Koron, Alenka. "Janez Trdina and Washington Irving: On the Genesis of Fiction in Their Short Narratives through a Comparativist Lens." Slovene Studies: Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies 30 2 (2008): 135-53. Print.

Kubiak, Anthony. "America/Amnesis." Performance Research 5 3 (2000): 30-36. Print.

Kuczynski, Peter. "Intertextuality in Rip Van Winkle: Irving's Use of Busching's Folk-Tale Peter Klaus in an Age of Transition." Anglistische Forschungen (Af). Eds. Gassenmeier, Michael, et al. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1998. 325 pp. Print.

Leary, Lewis Gaston. Washington Irving. University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers, no. 25. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1963.

Lee, Helen. “Clue Patterns in 'Rip Van Winkle.'” English Journal 55 (1966): 192-194, 200.

LeMenager, Stephanie. "Trading Stories: Washington Irving and the Global West." American Literary History 15 4 (2003): 683-708. Print.

Loeffelholz, Mary. "Who Killed Lucretia Davidson? Or, Poetry in the Domestic-Tutelary Complex." Yale Journal of Criticism: Interpretation in the Humanities 10 2 (1997): 271-93. Print.

Lopate, Phillip. "The Days of the Patriarchs: Washington Irving's a History of New York." Boulevard 12 1-2 [34-35] (1997): 204-22. Print.

Luckhurst, Roger. "Passages in the Invention of the Psyche: Mind-Reading in London, 1881-84." Transactions and Encounters: Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. Eds. Luckhurst, Roger and Josephine McDonagh. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, 2002. ix, 239 pp. Print.

Lydenberg, Harry Miller. Irving's Knickerbocker and some of its sources. New York,: New York Public Library, 1953.

Mayfield, Arch. "Toward a Style That Stays: Washington Irving's Tour of the West." Conference of College Teachers of English Studies 72 (2007): 21-30. Print.

McFarland, Philip James. Sojourners. 1st ed. New York: Atheneum, 1979.

McLamore, Richard V. "The Dutchman in the Attic: Claiming an Inheritance in the Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 72 1 (2000): 31-57. Print.Mengeling, Marvin E. “Characterization in 'Rip Van Winkle'.” English Journal 53 (1964): 643-646.

Mengeling, Marvin E. “Structure and Tone in 'Rip Van Winkle': The Irony of Silence.” Discourse 9 (1966): 457-463.

Menegaldo, Gilles. "Le Systeme Des Couleurs Dans Sleepy Hollow De Tim Burton: Hommage Et Signature D'auteur." Revue Francaise d'Etudes Americaines 105 (2005): 53-64. Print.

Mohr, Hans-Ulrich. "Sublimity, History, and Revolution: Barlow, Dwight, and Irving." Amerikastudien/American Studies 43 3 (1998): 391-404. Print.

Morgan, Jack. "Old Sleepy Hollow Calls over the World: Washington Irving and Joyce's 'the Dead'." New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua: A Quarterly Record of Irish Studies 5 4 (2001): 93-108. Print.

Morgan, Phillip Carroll. "'Who Shall Gainsay Our Decision?': Choctaw Literary Criticism in 1830." Reasoning Together: The Native Critics Collective. Eds. Womack, Craig S., Daniel Heath Justice and Christopher B. Teuton. Norman, OK: U of Oklahoma P, 2008. vi, 451 pp. Print.

Mullenix, Elizabeth Reitz. "Yankee Doodle Dixie: Performing Nationhood on the Eve of War." Journal of American Drama and Theatre 18 3 (2006): 33-54. Print.

Muller, Kurt. "'Progressive' and 'Conservative' Concepts of American Identity: Washington Irving's Response to the Franklineseque Model." American Studies: A Monograph Series (Amstudies). Ed. Hebel, Udo J. Heidelberg, Germany: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. ix, 475 pp. Print.

Myers, Andrew B., Washington Irving, and New York Public Library. The Worlds of Washington Irving, 1783-1859; from an Exhibition of Rare book and Manuscript Materials in the Special Collections of the New York Public Library. Tarrytown, N.Y.: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, 1974.

Myers, Andrew B. A Century of Commentary on the Works of Washington Irving, 1860-1974. Tarrytown, N.Y.: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, 1976.

Nugnes, Barbara. "Paradise Regained: Washington Irving's Mythological Spain." Collana Nova Americana (Collana Nova Americana). Eds. Bacigalupo, Massimo and Pierangelo Castagneto. Turin, Italy: Otto, 2003. 659 pp. Print.

Ollstein, Ronald N. "Rebecca's Unique Quartette." Manuscripts 55 1 (2003): 17-23. Print.

Orr, Stanley. "'a Dark Episode of Bonanza': Genre, Adaptation and Historiography in Sleepy Hollow." Literature Film Quarterly 31 1 (2003): 44-49. Print.

Paryz, Marek. "Beyond the Traveler's Testimony: Emerson's English Traits and the Construction of Postcolonial Counter-Discourse." American Transcendental Quarterly 20 3 (2006): 565-90. Print.

Pavlova, O. V. "Motiv Kladoiskatel'stva V Proizvedeniiakh N. V. Gogolia I V. Irvinga." Mir Romantizma, Tom 7 (31). Eds. Kartashova, I. V. and E. G. Miliugina. Tver', Russia: Tverskii gosudarstvennyi universitet, 2002. 306 pp. Print.

Pearce, Colin D. “Changing Regimes: The Case of Rip Van Winkle.” CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 22.2 (1993): 115-28.

Peare, Catherine Owens. Washington Irving: His Life. [1st ] ed. New York: Holt, 1957.

Pethers, Matthew J. "Transatlantic Migration and the Politics of the Picturesque in Washington Irving's Sketch Book." Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 9 2 (2005): 135-58. Print.

Petric, Jerneja. "Washington Irving in Slovene." Acta Neophilologica 38 1-2 (2005): 83-95. Print.

Pfitzer, Gregory M. Popular History and the Literary Marketplace, 1840-1920. Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book (Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book). Amherst, MA: U of Massachusetts P, 2008. Print.

Pflueger, Pennie Michelle. The Role of the Artist in Nineteenth Century America: Hugh Blair's 'Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres' (1783) and the Works of Washington Irving and Herman Melville. 1999. Print.

Piacentino, Ed. "'Sleepy Hollow' Comes South: Washington Irving's Influence on Old Southwestern Humor." Southern Literary Journal 30 1 (1997): 27-42. Print.

---. "'Sleepy Hollow' Comes South: Washington Irving's Influence on Old Southwestern Humor." The Humor of the Old South. Eds. Inge, M. Thomas, Edward J. Piacentino and James H. Justus. Lexington, KY: UP of Kentucky, 2001. x, 321 pp. Print.

Plung, Daniel L. “'Rip Van Winkle': Metempsychosis and the Quest for Self- Reliance.” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 31 (1977): 65-80.

Poenicke, Klaus. "Engendering Cultural Memory: 'the Legend of Sleepy Hollow' as Text and Intertext." Amerikastudien/American Studies 43 1 (1998): 19-32. Print.

Pryse, Marjorie. "Origins of American Literary Regionalism: Gender in Irving, Stowe, and Longstreet." Breaking Boundaries: New Perspectives on Women's Regional Writing. Eds. Inness, Sherrie A. and Diana Royer. Iowa City, IA: U of Iowa P, 1997. ix, 291 pp. Print.

Rawlings, Peter. "The Tempest and American Appropriations of Shakespeare." Gengo Bunka Ronkyu: Kyushu Daigaku Gengo Bunkabu/Studies in Languages and Cultures, Kyushu University 12(2000): 65-79. Print.

Renaux, Sigrid. "Os Mundos Fantasticos De 'Rip Van Winkle'." Itinerarios: Revista de Literatura 19 (2002): 91-114. Print.

Reynolds, Guy. "The Winning of the West: Washington Irving's a Tour on the Prairies." Yearbook of English Studies 34 (2004): 88-99. Print.

Richards, Jason. "Localizing the Early Republic: Washington Irving and Blackface Culture." ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature 35 3-4 (2004): 159-81. Print.

Ringe, Donald A. The Pictorial Mode: Space & Time in the Art of Bryant, Irving & Cooper. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1971.

Rosen, Elizabeth Melinda. Natural Causes: American Gothic Literature and the Doctrine of Natural Law. 2000. Print.

Rosenblum, Joseph. "Washington Irving (1783-1859)." Writers of the American Renaissance: An a-to-Z Guide. Ed. Knight, Denise D. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003. xiii, 458 pp. Print.

Rubin-Dorsky, Jeffrey. “The Value of Storytelling: 'Rip Van Winkle' and 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' in the Context of The Sketch Book.” Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature 82.4 (1985): 393-406.

Rubin-Dorsky, Jeffrey. Adrift in the Old World : The Psychological Pilgrimage of Washington Irving. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988.

Rust, Richard Dilworth. "Washington Irving." Dictionary of Literary Biography (Dlb). Ed. Ljungquist, Kent P. Detroit, MI: Gale, 2002. xxvi, 484 pp. Print.

Saito, Noboru. "Kurikaesareta Hakyoku." Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 145 1 (1999): 35-37. Print.

---. "[Sukechi Bukku] Shuppan O Meguru Urajijo." Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 146 5 (2000): 319-22. Print.

---. "Nihon No Bundanshi Ni Tatsu Washinton Avingu No Bungaku: Washinton Avingu Botsugo 150 Shunen Ni Yosete." Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 154 12 (2009): 717-21. Print.

Schnell, Michael. "'the Tasteful Traveller': Irving's the Sketch Book and Gustatory Self." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 35 2 (2002): 111-27. Print.

Scraba, Jeffrey. "Quixotic History and Cultural Memory: Knickerbocker's History of New York." Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 7 2 (2009): 389-425. Print.

Scraba, Jeffrey Michael. The Politics of Nostalgia and the Signification of Space: Walter Scott and Washington Irving. 2007. Print.

Shear, Walter. “Time in 'Rip Van Winkle' and 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'.” Midwest Quarterly 17 (1976): 158-72.

Shear, Walter. “Cultural Fate and Social Freedom in Three American Short Stories.” Studies in Short Fiction 29.4 (1992): 543-49.

Springer, Haskell, and Andrew Breen Myers. Rip Van Winkle & The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. 2nd Ed.; New Pref. Andrew Breen Myers; Illus. Based on Those by Felix O. C. Darley. Tarrytown, NY: Sleepy Hollow, 1980.

Stoddard, Richard Henry. The Life of Washington Irving. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Thoreen, David. "Thomas Pynchon's Political Parable: Parallels between Vineland and 'Rip Van Winkle'." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 14 3 (2001): 45-50. Print.

Traister, Bryce. "The Wandering Bachelor: Irving, Masculinity, and Authorship." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 74 1 (2002): 111-37. Print.

Tucker, Edward L. "A New Letter by Washington Irving." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 13 2 (2000): 30-32. Print.

---. "Two Letters by Washington Irving." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 16 4 (2003): 48-50. Print.

Turner, Deanna C. "Shattering the Fountain: Irving's Re-Vision of 'Kubla Khan' in 'Rip Van Winkle'." Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 4 1 (2000): 1-17. Print.

Tuttleton, James W. Washington Irving : The Critical Reaction. AMS Studies in the Nineteenth Century no. 10. New York: AMS Press, 1993.

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