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Barth, John. Giles Goat-Boy


Doubleday & Company, New York:, 1966 AbeBooks.co.uk AbeBooks.com

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Harris, Charles B; Passionate Virtuosity. The Fiction of John Barth. Urbana and Chicago, University Of Illinois Press, 1983
ch. 5. Synthesis Gained: Giles Goat-Boy

Helterman, Jeffrey. John Barth's Giles Goat-Boy. A Critical Commentary. New York, Monarch Press, 1973.

Porush, David. The Soft Machine: Cybernetic Fiction. New York, Methuen, 1985

Porush, David. Cybernetic Fiction and Postmodern Science. New Literary History, Vol. 20, No. 2, Technology, Models, and Literary Study (Winter, 1989), pp. 373-396, The Johns Hopkins University Press Article http://www.jstor.org/stable/469106

Scholes, Robert E. The Fabulators. New York, Oxford University Press, 1967
ch. 6. Fabulation and epic vision: A sacred book -- Giles goat-boy: scopes and vision -- The allegorical vision of Giles goat-boy: Basic metaphors ; Allegorical dimensions ; History ; Philosophy ; Fiction and myth.

Tharpe, Jac. John Barth. The Comic Sublimity of Paradox. Carbondale and Edwardsville, 1974. Southern Illinois University Press.
ch. 5. Labyrinth and Leviathan.


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