03--Vicitims in Literature

Avery, Evelyn Gross.  Rebels and victims:  the fiction of Richard Wright and Bernard Malamud.  Port Washington, NY:  Kennikat Press, 1979.  116p.

Bande, Usha, ed.  Victim consciousness in Indian-English novel.  Jalandhara:  ABS Publications, 1997.  148p.

Bernstein, Michael André.  Foregone conclusions:  against apocalyptic history.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1994. 181p.

Carter, Chris Allen.  Kenneth Burke and the scapegoat process.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.  169p.

Franklin, Howard Bruce.  Prison literature in America:  the victim as criminal and artist.  Westport, CT:  L. Hill, 1978 & 1982.  303p.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1989.  352p.  Afro-American & slave history, criticism.

Franklin, Howard Bruce.  The victim as criminal and artist:  literature from the American prison.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1978.  337p.

Goodin, George.  The poetics of protest:  literary form and political implication in the victim-of-society novel.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1985.  219p.

Gottfried, Amy S.  Historical nightmares and imaginative violence in American women's writings.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1998.  158p.

Kennard, Jean E.  Victims of convention.  Hamden, CT:  Archon Books, 1978.  195p.  Victims in literature.

Ledbetter, Mark.  Victims and the postmodern narrative, or, doing violence to the body:  an ethic of reading and writing.  Houndsmill, Basingstoke, Hampshire:  Macmillan Press;  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.  159p.

Reed, Toni.  Demon-lovers and their victims in British fiction.  Lexington, KY:  University Press of Kentucky, 1988.  171p.

Roberts, Nancy.  Schools of sympathy:  gender and identification through the novel.  Vancouver:  University of British Columbia, Academic Women's Association;  Montreal;  Buffalo:  McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997.  179p.

Scholtmeijer, Marian Louise.  Animal victims in modern fiction:  from sanctity to sacrifice.  Toronto;  Buffalo:  University of Toronto Press, 1993.  330p.  History, criticism.

Tripathy, Biyot Kesh.  Osiris N.:  the victim and the American novel.  Amsterdam:  B. R. Grüner, 1985.  282p.

White, R. S.  Innocent victims:  poetic injustice in Shakespearean tragedy.  London:  Athlone Press, 1986.  149p.