THE AFFIRMING SILENCE: PAUL BOWLES'S 'PASTOR DOWE AT TACATÃ‰'
- A Distant Episode. Bowles, Paul // Narrative Magazine;Winter2011, p1
The short story "A Distant Episode" by Paul Bowles is presented.
- The Time of Friendship: The Short Fiction of Paul Bowles. Ditsky, John // Twentieth Century Literature (Twentieth Century Literature);Fall/Summer86, Vol. 32 Issue 3/4, p373
Discusses stories in the book 'The Time of Friendship,' by Paul Bowles. 'The Successor'; 'The Hours After Noon'; 'A Friend of the World.'
- The Stories of Paul Bowles (Book). Foltz, Anne // Review of Contemporary Fiction;Fall2002, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p151
Reviews the book 'The Stories of Paul Bowles,' by Paul Bowles.
- MIDNIGHT MASS (Book). Weber, Harold // Studies in Short Fiction;Fall82, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p389
Reviews the book 'Midnight Mass,' by Paul Bowles.
- THE STORIES OF PAUL BOWLES (Book Review). Zaleski, Jeff // Publishers Weekly;10/1/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 40, p35
Reviews the book `The Stories of Paul Bowles,' by Paul Bowles.
- A Distant Episode: The Selected Stories. Lewis, Tom J. // World Literature Today;Fall89, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p681
Reviews the book "A Distant Episode: The Selected Stories," by Paul Bowles.
- PAUL BOWLES (1910-1999). Hibbard, Allen // Columbia Companion to the Twentieth-Century American Short Story;2000, p154
This article presents information related to the writer Paul Bowles whose short stories occupy a unique place in the American literature. In the tradition of American expatriate writers such as Henry James, Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, Djuna Barnes and James Baldwin, Bowles found life...
- THE INTERACTION WITH ALTERITY IN PAUL BOWLES'S "A DISTANT EPISODE". Gomes, Fernando // Mediterranean Studies (Pennsylvania State University Press);2015, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p27
"A Distant Episode" expresses some fundamental aspects of Bowles's fiction, particularly the futility of racial interaction and Western vanity in its dialogue with the "other." In this story, Bowles exposes the tragic effects of confrontation with alterity and the ensuing disintegration of...
- PAUL BOWLES'S FIRST INSIGHT INTO THE INTERACTION WITH NORTH AFRICAN ALTERITY IN "TEA ON THE MOUNTAIN.". Gomes, Fernando // Mediterranean Studies (Pennsylvania State University Press);2012, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p59
In his early short story "Tea on the Mountain," the novelist Paul Bowles explores the motifs of North African alterity and the impossibility of true contact with the other, due to the enduring influence of colonialist discourse, which would later become obsessive themes in his more mature fiction.