Last updated: September 2007

The following bibliography is an exhaustive indexing of work on Sinclair Ross's writings. It contains Secondary Sources; Correspondence; Dissertations; Audio Interview; and Film.

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Sinclair Ross: Secondary Sources

Adachi, Ken. “Ex-banker’s Literary Talent an Investment.” Toronto Star 10 March 1986: C2.

Atwood, Margaret. Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1972. [185-86; _____189; 191-92; 207-08; 210] [AFMMH]

B., G. “Prairie Main Street.” Winnipeg Free Press, 12 April 1941: 19. [Rev. of AFMMH]

Banting, Pamela. “Miss A. and Mrs. B.: The Letter of Pleasure in The Scarlet Letter and As For Me and My House.” _____North Dakota Quarterly 54.2 (Spring 1986): 30-40.

Barnard, Ann. “A North American Connection: Women in Prairie Novels.” Great Plains Quarterly 14.1 (Winter 1994): _____21-28.

Bemrose, John. “Best of the Century.” Maclean’s 1 January 2000 vol. 112/113, 52.1: 241.

Bennet, Donna. Review of Practicing Domestic Realism and the Performance of Gender in Early Canadian _____Fiction, by Misao Dean. University of Toronto Quarterly 69.1 (Winter 1999/2000). _____http://www.utpjournals.com/product/utq/691/performance84.html. [AFMMH]

Bentley, D.M.R. “Psychoanalytical Notes upon an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia _____Paranoides): Mrs Bentley in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” University of Toronto Quarterly 73.3 _____(2004): 862-85.

Benson, Eugene, ed. Encounter: Canadian Drama in Four Media. Methuen Canadian Literature Series. Toronto: _____Methuen, 1973. [139: “One’s a Heifer”]

Berger, Marianne. “The Calendars of As For Me and My House.” Canadian Literature 137 (1993): 124-6.

Birney, Earle. Spreading Time: Remarks on Canadian Writing. Book 1: 1904-1949. Montreal: Vehicule, 1980. [66: _____Ross as a soldier]

Bishop, Karen. “The Pegasus Symbol in the Childhood Stories of Sinclair Ross.” Ariel: A Review of International _____English Literature 16.3 (July 1985): 67-87.

Bogden, Deanne. “Feminist Criticism and Total Form in Literary Experience.” Resources for Feminist Research 16 _____(September 1987): 20-23. [“The Painted Door”]

Bonheim, Helmut. “F. P. Grove’s ‘Snow’ and Sinclair Ross’s ‘The Painted Door’ – Rhetoric of the Prairie.” _____Encounters and Explorations: Canadian Writers and European Critics. Ed. Franz K. Stanzel and Waldemar _____Zacharasiewicz. Wurzburg: Konigshausen and Neumann, 1986. 58-72.

Bowen, Gail. “The Fiction of Sinclair Ross.” Canadian Literature 80 (Spring 1979): 37-48.

Brown, E. K. Rev. of As For Me and My House. Canadian Forum July 1941: 124.

Brydon, Diana. “Sinclair Ross.” Profiles in Canadian Literature. Vol. 3. Ed. Jeffrey M. Heath. Toronto: Dundurn, _____1982. 97-103.

Buss, Helen M. Who are You, Mrs. Bentley?: Feminist Re-vision and Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” _____From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa, 1992. _____39-57.

Calder, Alison. “Ross, Sinclair. (1908-1996).” The Literary Encyclopedia. _____http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=4928

----. “Sinclair Ross Reissued.” Canadian Literature 180 (Spring 2004): 177-79. [Reviews of re-releases of Whir of _____Gold, The Well, Sawbones Memorial]

Calder, Robert. “Taking Leave of Sinclair Ross.” NeWest Review 21.6 (Aug.-Sep. 1996): 5.

Carpenter, David. “Horsey Comedy in the Short Fiction of Sinclair Ross.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The _____Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa, 1992. 67-79.

Cavell, Richard. “The Unspoken in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Letteratura Lingue Idee 14 (1980): _____23-30. [Also appears as Spicilegio Moderno 14 (1980): 23-30.]

Chambers, Robert D. Sinclair Ross & Ernest Buckler. Toronto and Montreal: Copp Clark and McGill-Queen’s, _____1975.

Chapman, Marilyn. “Another Case of Ross’s Mysterious Barn.” Canadian Literature 103 (Winter 1984): 184-6. _____[“One’s a Heifer”]

Clemence, Verne. “Glimpse into true heart of Mrs Bentley.” Star-Phoenix Saskatoon 16 November 96: C15.

Coleman-Hull, Philip R. “The Musical Landscape of Sinclair Ross's As for Me and My House.” Great Plains _____Quarterly 20.3 (Summer 2000): 211-24.

Colombo, John Robert. “Ross, Sinclair.” Colombo’s Canadian References. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1976. 453.

----. “Prince Albert.” Canadian Literary Landmarks. Toronto: Houndslow, 1984. [238: drawing of Ross by Isaac _____Bickerstaff]

Colquette, R. D. and H. S. Fry, eds. “A Canadian Writer.” Country Guide and Nor’west Farmer 61 (April 1942): 38.

Comeau, Paul. “Sinclair Ross’s Pioneer Fiction.” Canadian Literature 103 (Winter 1984): 174-84.

Compton, Anne. “‘As if I Really Mattered’: The Narrator of Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Studies in _____Canadian Literature 17.1 (1992): 62-77.

Cooley, Dennis. “The Eye in Sinclair Ross’s Short Stories.” The Vernacular Muse: The Eye and the Ear in _____Contemporary Literature. Winnipeg: Turnstone, 1987. 139-65.

----. “An Awful Stumbling Towards Names: Ross and the (Un)Common Noun.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The _____Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 103-24.

Craig, Terrence. “The Synthesis of Multiculturalism 1939-1980.” Racial Attitudes in English-Canadian Fiction _____1905-1980. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 1987. 95-122 [118: SM]

Cramer, Timothy R. “Questioning Sexuality in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Ariel : A Review of _____International English Literature 30.2 (April 1999): 49-60.

Crozier, Lorna. A Saving Grace: The Collected Poems of Mrs. Bentley. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1996.

Cude, Wilfred. “Beyond Mrs. Bentley: A Study of As For Me and My House.” Journal of Canadian Studies 8.1 _____(February 1973): 3-18. Rpt. in A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative Approach to Canadian Literature. _____Ed. Wilfrid Cude. Washington DC: University Press of America, 1980. 31-49.

----. “‘Turn it Upside Down’: The Right Perspective on As For Me and My House.” English Studies in Canada 5.4 _____(Winter 1979): 469-88. Rpt. as “Getting Philip’s Story” in A Due Sense of Differences: An Evaluative _____Approach to Canadian Literature. Ed. Wilfrid Cude. Washington DC: University Press of America, 1980. _____50-68.

----. “The Dark Laughter of As For Me and My House.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair _____Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 59-65.

Daniells, Roy. Rev. of As For Me and My House. CBC Radio, 25 November 1941.

----. Introduction. As For Me and My House. By Sinclair Ross. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1957. v-x.

Davey, Frank. “The Conflicting Signs of As For Me and My House.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of _____Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 25-37.

----. “Sexual Imagery in Sinclair Ross.” Surviving the Paraphrase: Eleven Essays on Canadian Literature. _____Winnipeg: Turnstone, 1983. 167-81.

----. “The Conflicting Signs of As For Me and My House.” Canadian Literary Power. The Writer as Critic Series: IV. _____Gen. ed. Smaro Kamboureli. Edmonton: NeWest, 1994. 125-50.

Dawson, Anthony B. “Coming of Age in Canada.” Mosaic 11.3 (Spring 1978): 47-62. [“One’s a Heifer”]

Daymond, Douglas. “Ross Re-examined.” Journal of Canadian Fiction 35-56 (1986): 142-46.

Deacon, William Arthur. “Story of Prairie Parson’s Wife.” The Globe and Mail, 26 April 1941: 9. [Rev. of AFMMH]

----. Dear Bill: The Correspondence of William Arthur Deacon. Ed. John Lennox and Michele Lacombe. Toronto: U _____of Toronto P, 1988. [216-21] [correspondence with Ross]

Dean, Misao. Practicing Domestic Realism and the Performance of Gender in Early Canadian Fiction. Toronto: U _____of Toronto P, 1998. 94-106 [AFMMH]

Denham, Paul. “Narrative Technique in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Studies in Canadian Literature _____5.1 (Spring 1980): 116-24.

----. “A Halo of His Anonymity.” NeWest Review 12 (December 1986): 14. [rev. of Mitchell’s “Ross File”]

----. “Sinclair Ross in the Nineties.” NeWest Review 15 (Aug.-Sep. 1990): 5-6. [rev. of 1990 Ross Symposium]

Dickinson, Peter. Here is Queer: Nationalisms, Sexualities, and the Literatures of Canada. Toronto: U of Toronto _____P, 1999. [AFMMH; SM]

----. Review of As for Sinclair Ross, by David Stouck. Great Plains Quarterly 26.4 (Fall 2006): 290-291.

Diehl-Jones, Charlene. “Telling Secrets: Sinclair Ross’s Sawbones Memorial.” From the Heart of the Heartland: _____The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 81-90.

Djwa, Sandra. “No Other Way: Sinclair Ross’s Stories and Novels.” Canadian Literature 47 (Winter 1971): 49-66. _____Rpt. in Writers of the Prairies. Ed. Donald G. Stephens. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1973. 189-205. _____Rpt. in The Canadian Novel in the Twentieth Century: Essays from Canadian Literature. Ed. George _____Woodcock. Toronto:  McClelland and Stewart, 1975. 127-44.

----. “False Gods and the True Covenant: Thematic Continuity between Margaret Laurence and Sinclair Ross.” _____Journal of Canadian Fiction 4 (Fall 1972): 43-50. [AFMMH]

----. “Biblical Archetypes in Western Canadian Fiction.” Western Canada Past and Present. Ed. A. W. Rasporich. _____Calgary: U of Calgary and McClelland and Stewart West, 1975. 193-203. [AFMMH]

Dooley, D.J. “As For Me and My House: The Hypocrite and the Parasite.” Moral Vision in the Canadian Novel. _____Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1979. 37-47.

Dubanski, Ryszard. “A Look at Philip’s ‘Journal’ in As For Me and My House.” Journal of Canadian Fiction 24 _____(1979): 89-95.

Dyck, E. F. “Introduction.” Essays on Saskatchewan Writing. Ed. E. F. Dyck. Regina: Saskatchewan Writers Guild, _____1986. xi-xii.

Endres, Robin. “Marxist Literary Criticism and English Canadian Literature.” In Our Own House: Social _____Perspectives on Canadian Literature. Ed. Paul Cappon. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1978. 123-26. _____[AFMMH]

Easton, Stewart C. “Excellent Canadian Novel.” Saturday Night 29 March 1941: 18. [Rev. of AFMMH]

Esterhammer, Angela. “‘Can’t See Life for Illusions’: The Problematic Realism of Sinclair Ross.”From the Heart of _____the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 15-23.

Fadiman, Clifton. Rev. of As For Me and My House. New Yorker 22 February 1941: 72.

Feld, Rose. Rev. of As For Me and My House. New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 23 Feb 1941: 14.

Ferres, John H. “An Introduction to the Novels of Sinclair Ross.” Commonwealth Novel in English 2.2 (July 1983): _____1-21.“Fiction.” Rev. of As For Me and My House. Toronto Daily Star, 22 March 1941: 28.

Fulford, Robert. “Robert Fulford’s column about Peter Dickinson’s book Here is Queer.” 21 Aug. 1999. _____http://www.robertfulford.com/QueerTheory.html. [AFMMH]

Fraser, Keath. “Futility at the Pump: The Short Stories of Sinclair Ross.” Queen’s Quarterly 77.1 (Spring 1970): _____72-80.

----. As For Me and My Body: A Memoir of Sinclair Ross. Toronto: ECW Press, 1997.

Friesen, Victor. “The Short Stories of Sinclair Ross.” Canadian Short Story Magazine 2.2 (Fall 1976): 71-73.

French, William. “Too Good Too Soon, Ross Remains the Elusive Canadian.” The Globe and Mail, 27 July 1974: _____25.

Gadpaille, Michelle. The Canadian Short Story. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1988. [32-34]

Gaskin, Geraldine, and the Atlantic Work Group. Women in Canadian Literature. Toronto: Writers’ Development _____Trust, 1977. [49-50] [AFMMH; LNOS]

Gerry, Thomas M. F. “Dante, C. D. Burns and Sinclair Ross: Philosophical Issues in As For Me and My House.” _____Mosaic 22.1 (Winter 1989): 113-22.

Giltrow, Janet. “A Linguistic Analysis of Sample Passages from As For Me and My House.” Sinclair Ross’s As For _____Me and My House: Five Decades of Criticism. Ed. David Stouck. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991. 209-24.

Godard, Barbara. “El Greco in Canada: Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Mosaic 14.2 (Spring 1981): _____55-75.

Goldie, Terry. Pink Snow: Homotexual Possibilities in Canadian Fiction. Peterborough: Broadview, 2003. [chapter _____on AFMMH, 39-56]

Gunnars, Kristjana. Introduction. The Well. By Sinclair Ross. Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 2001. v-xviii.

Gutteridge, Don. Mountain and Plain. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1978. [71-72; 79-83] [AFMMH; “A Field of _____Wheat”]

H., E. “She Saves Him from Himself and from His Tragic Failure.” Dayton Daily News, 16 February 1941; n. pag. _____[Rev. of AFMMH]

Hagiwara, Takao. “The Role of Nature in An’ya koro [A Dark Night’s Passing] and As For Me and My House.” _____Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 3 (1982): 1-8. Revised as “Man _____and Nature in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House and Naoya Shiga’s A Dark Night’s Passing.” Nature _____and Identity in Canadian and Japanese Literature. Ed. Kinya Tsuruta and Theodore Goosen. Toronto: U of _____Toronto—York U Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, 1988. 19-33.

Hardy, Nat. Introduction. Whir of Gold. By Sinclair Ross. Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 2001. v-xvi.

Harrison, Dallas. “Where is (the) Horizon? Placing As For Me and My House.” Essays on Canadian Writing 61 _____(Spring 1997): 142-169.

Harrison, Dick. Unnamed Country: The Struggle for a Canadian Prairie Fiction. Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 1977. _____[6, 35, 98, 124, 155, 172, 183, 192; AFMMH xi-xii, 8-9, 13, 28, 39-40, 58, 92-94, 100, 126-30, 134-36, _____148-55, 163, 171, 181, 188-90, 197, 212; “Cornet at Night” 143-44; SM 188, 197; The Well 189]

Hauser, Marianne. “A Man’s Failure.” New York Times Book Review, 2 March 1941: 25, 27. [Rev. of AFMMH]

Henigan, Stephen. “Small Room Life.” The Times Literary Supplement 23 December 2005 (no. 5360): 12. [Rev. of _____As for Sinclair Ross, by David Stouck]

Hicks, Anne. “Mrs. Bentley: The Good Wife.” Room of One’s Own 5.4 (1980): 60-7.

Hill, Colin. “As for Me and My Blueprint: Sinclair Ross’s Debt to Arthur Stringer.” The Canadian Modernists Meet. _____Ed. Dean Irvine. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 2005. 251-72.

Hinz, Evelyn J. and John J. Teunissen. “Who’s the Father of Mrs. Bentley’s Child?: As For Me and My House and the _____Conventions of Dramatic Monologue.” Canadian Literature 111 (Winter 1986): 101-13.

Hughes, Kenneth James. “Sinclair Ross’s ‘The Lamp at Noon.’“ Signs of Literature: Language, Ideology and the _____Literary Text. Vancouver: Talon, 1986. 170-74.

Irvine, Dean. Review of A Saving Grace, by Lorna Crozier. Canadian Literature 155 (Winter 1997): 187.
_____“J. Sinclair Ross.” Nash’s Pall-Mall [London, England] October 1934: 80.

Jackel, Susan. “The House on the Prairies.” Canadian Literature 42 (1969): 46-55. Rpt. in Writers of the Prairies. _____Ed. Donald Stephens. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1973. 165-74. [AFMMH]

Jones, D. G. Butterfly on Rock: A Study of Themes and Images in Canadian Literature. Toronto: U of Toronto P, _____1970. [38-42: AFMMH]

Jones, Joseph, and Johanna Jones. Canadian Fiction. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1981. [72-74]

Kaye, Frances W. “Sinclair Ross’s use of George Sand and Frederic Chopin as Models for the Bentleys.” Essays _____on Canadian Writing 33 (Fall 1986): 100-11.

Keith, W. J. Canadian Literature in English. London: Longman, 1985. [139-41]

Kertzer, J.M. “Provincial Classic: On Rereading As For Me and My House.” Open Letter. Seventh Series. 1 (1988): _____111-28.

King, Carlyle. “Sinclair Ross: A Neglected Saskatchewan Novelist.” Skylark 3.1 (November 1966): 4-7.

Kirtz, Mary K. “‘I am become a name’: The Representation of Ukranians in Ross, Laurence, Ryga, and Atwood.” _____Canadian Ethnic Studies 24.2 (1992): 34-35.

Kostash, Myrna. “Discovering Sinclair Ross: It’s Rather Late.” Saturday Night July 1972: 33-7.

Kroetsch, Robert. “The Fear of Women in Canadian Fiction: An Erotics of Space.” The Canadian Forum 58 (Oct.- _____Nov. 1978): 22-27. Rpt. in Crossing Frontiers: Papers in American and Canadian Western Literature. Ed. _____Dick Harrison et al. Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 1979. 73-83. Rpt. in The Lovely Treachery of Words: Essays _____Selected and New. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1989. 73-83. Rpt. in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House: Five _____Decades of Criticism. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991. 111-120.

----. “Contemporary Standards in the Canadian Novel.” Essays on Canadian Writing 20 (Winter 1980-81); 7-18. Rpt. _____in Taking Stock: The Calgary Conference on the Canadian Novel. Ed. Charles Steele. Toronto: ECW Press, _____1982. 9-20. [AFMMH]

----. Afterword. As For Me and My House. By Sinclair Ross. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1989. 217-21.

----. “The Moment of the Discovery of America Continues.” The Lovely Treachery of Words: Essays Selected and _____New. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1989. 1-20.

----. “Shaping an Elusive Landscape.” The Globe and Mail, 4 March 1996: A10.

Lacey, Liam. “The ‘Cosmopolitan’ Prairie Boy.” The Globe and Mail, 16 February 1991: C5. [Ross’s “new novel”]
_____Kröller, Eva-Marie, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, _____2004. [150, 160, 186, 187, 190, 235, 243, 248, 249, 250]

Latham, David. “Sinclair Ross: An Annotated Bibliography.” The Annotated Bibliography of Canada’s Major _____Authors, Vol. 3. Ed. Robert Lecker and Jack David. Downsview ON: ECW Press, 1981. 365-95.

----. “Sinclair Ross.” The New Canadian Anthology: Poetry and Short Fiction in English. Ed. Robert Lecker and _____Jack David. Toronto: Nelson, 1988. 304-05.

----. “A Reference Guide to Sinclair Ross.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John _____Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 125-39.

Laurence, Margaret. Introduction. The Lamp at Noon and Other Stories. By Sinclair Ross. Toronto: McClelland & _____Stewart, 1968. 7-12.

Leberg, Ruth R. Rev. of As For Me and My House. Canadian Welfare 18 (January 1943): 39-40.

Lecker, Robert. “The Rhetoric of Back-Cover Copy: Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Making It Real: The _____Canonization of English-Canadian Literature. Concord ON: Anansi, 1995. 173-87.

Lesk, Andrew. “Something Queer Going On Here: Desire in the Short Fiction of Sinclair Ross.” Essays on Canadian _____Writing 61 (Spring 1997): 129-41. [“A Day with Pegasus”; “Cornet at Night”; “One’s a Heifer”]

----. “As For Me and Ross.” Canadian Literature 159 (Winter 1998): 175-77. [rev. of Fraser’s memoir]

----. “On Sinclair Ross’s Straight(ened) House”. English Studies in Canada 28.1 (March 2002): 65-90.

MacDonald, Bruce. “As For Me and My House and the Aesthetics of Illegitimacy in the Canadian Novel.” The _____Literary Criterion 13:1 (1978): 34-52.

MacGillivray, J. R. “Letters in Canada: Fiction.” University of Toronto Quarterly 11 (April 1942): 298, 300-02. [Rev. _____of AFMMH]

MacPhail, Alexander. Rev. of As For Me and My House. Queen’s Quarterly 48 (Summer 1941): 198-99.

Marchbanks, Samuel [Robertson Davies]. “Caps and Bells.” Peterborough Examiner, 26 April 1941: 4. [Rev. of _____AFMMH] Rpt. in The Well-Tempered Critic: One Man’s View of Theatre and Letters in Canada. Ed. Judith _____Skelton Grant. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1981. 142-44.

Matheson, T. J. “‘But do your thing’: Conformity, Self-Reliance and Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” _____Dalhousie Review 66.4 (Winter 1986-87): 497-512.

McCourt, Edward. “Sinclair Ross.” The Canadian West in Fiction. Toronto: Ryerson, 1949. 94-99.

----. “Sinclair Ross.” The Canadian West in Fiction. 2nd ed. Toronto: Ryerson, 1970.

McMullen, Lorraine. Introduction. Sawbones Memorial. By Sinclair Ross. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1978. 5-11.

----. Sinclair Ross. Boston: Twayne, 1979.

----. Introduction. As For Me and My House. By Sinclair Ross. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1982. n. pag.

----. Sinclair Ross. 2nd ed. Ottawa: Tecumseh, 1991. [revision of her 1979 book]

----. “Sinclair Ross.” Dictionary of Literary Biography Volume 88: Canadian Writers, 1920-59 Second Series. Ed. _____W. H. New. Detroit: Gale Research, 1989. 268-73.

McPherson, Hugo. “Fiction 1940-60.” Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English. Gen ed. and _____introd. Carl F. Klinck. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1965. [704-06] Rpt. 2nd ed. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1976. Vol. _____2. [217-18]

Mitchell, Barbara. “Paul: The Answer to the Riddle of As For Me and My House.Studies in Canadian Literature _____13.1 (1988): 47-63.

Mitchell, Beverley. “Depression in As For Me and My House.” Ed. Jørn Carlsen and Jean-Michel Lacroix. Canadian _____Issues/Thèmes Canadien. 8 Canadian Society and Culture in Times of Economic Depression. Ottawa and _____Montreal: The International Council for Canadian Studies and The Association for Canadian Studies, 1987. _____205-18.

Mitchell, Ken. Sinclair Ross: A Reader’s Guide. Moose Jaw: Coteau, 1981.

----. “The Ross File.” Ambience CBC Radio, 6 July 1986.

----. Introduction. “Sawbones Memorial.” By Sinclair Ross. Edmonton: U of Alberta P, 2001. v-xii.

Moritz, Albert and Theresa. The Oxford Illustrated Literary Guide to Canada. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1987. [71; 184; _____196-200; 207; 228]

Moss, John. “As For Me and My House.” Patterns of Isolation in English Canadian Fiction. Ed. John Moss. _____Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1974. 149-65.

----. “Mrs. Bentley and the Bicameral Mind: A Hermeneutical Encounter with As For Me and My House.” Modern _____Times. A Critical Anthology: The Canadian Novel. Vol. 3. Ed. John Moss. Toronto: NC Press, 1982. 81-92.

----, ed. From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992.

----. Introduction. From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Moss, ed. 1-3.
_____New, W. H. “Sinclair Ross’s Ambivalent World.” Canadian Literature 40 (Spring 1969): 26-32. Rpt. in _____Articulating West: Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature. By W. H. New. Toronto: _____new press, 1972. 60-67. [AFMMH]

----. “The Tensions between Story and Word, 1930-1980.” Dreams of Speech and Violence: The Art of the Short _____Story in Canada and New Zealand. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1987.[82-3: LNOS]

----. A History of Canadian Literature. MacMillan History of Literature. Gen. ed. A. Norman Jeffares. London: _____Macmillan Education, 1989. [175-77]

----. A History of Canadian Literature. 2nd ed. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2003. [147-48, 167-69, 302, 333]

Neuhaus, Mareike. “A Queer Reading of Sinclair Ross’s As for Me and My House.” Ahornblätter: Marburger _____Beiträge zur Kanada-Forschung, 16. Ed. Andrea Wolff-Wolk. Series: Schriften der Universitätsbibliothek _____Marburg, vol. 115. Marburg, Germany:  Universitätsbibliothek Marburg, 2003. 61-76.

O’Connor, John J. “Saskatchewan Sirens: The Prairie as Sea in Western Canadian Literature.” Journal of Canadian _____Fiction 28-29 (1980): 157-71.

O’Neil, Mary Sheila. “Point of View in As For Me and My House.” Human Fulfilment in Literature. Scarborough ON: _____Medallion, 1980. 23-31.

Osachoff, Gail. “Sinclair Ross: A Reader’s Guide.” NeWest Review 8 (October 1982): 14.

Pacey, Desmond. Creative Writing in Canada. A Short History of English-Canadian Literature. Toronto: Ryerson, _____1952. [173-75]

----. “Ross, Sinclair.” Contemporary Novelists. Ed. James Vison. London: St. James, 1976. 1171-73.

Pearson, Alan. “James Sinclair Ross: Major Novelist with a Banking Past.” The Montrealer 42 (March 1968): 18-19.

Persky, Stan. “Gem of a memoir restores the integrity of a Canlit pillar.” Vancouver Sun 3 April 1998: A28. [rev. of _____Fraser’s memoirs]

Quantic, Diane Dufva. The Nature of the Place: A Study of Great Plains Fiction. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1995.

Raoul, Valerie. “Straight or Bent: Textual/Sexual T(ri)angles in As For Me and My House.” Canadian Literature 156 _____(Spring 1998): 13-28.

Ricou, Laurence. “The Prairie Internalized: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross.” Vertical Man/Horizontal World: Man and _____Landscape in Canadian Prairie Fiction. Vancouver: U British Columbia P, 1973. 81-94.

Rose, Marilyn. “As For Me and My House”; “Ross, Sinclair.” The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature. Ed. _____William Toye. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1983. 29-30; 715-16.

----. “Sinclair Ross’s ‘Foreigners’.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. John Moss. _____Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 91-101.

Ross, Morton L. “The Canonization of As For Me and My House: A case study.” Figures in a Ground: Canadian _____Essays on Modern Literature Collected in Honor of Sheila Watson. Ed. Diane Bessai, David Jackel and _____Henry Kreisel. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1978. 189-205. Rpt. in The Bumper Book. Ed. _____John Metcalf. Toronto: ECW Press, 1986. 170-85.

----. Sinclair Ross and His Works. Toronto: ECW, 1991.

----. “Sinclair Ross (1908- ).” ECW’s Biographical Guide to Canadian Novelists. Ed. Robert Lecker, Jack David and _____Ellen Quigley. Toronto: ECW Press, 1993. 136-39.

Seim, Jeanette. “Horses & Houses: Further Readings in Kroetsch’s Badlands and Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and _____My House.” Open Letter 5.8-9 (1984): 99-115.

Shirwadker, Meena. “Conscience and Conflict in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” I[ndian]PEN 46.3 (5-6) _____(May-June 1984): 12-16. Rpt. in Indian Reading in Common-wealth Literature. Ed. G. S. Amur et al. New _____Delhi: Sterling, 1985. 151-56.

Staines, David. “A Talent Lost to Pessimism.” The Globe and Mail 18 June 2005: D3. [Review of As for Sinclair _____Ross, by David Stouck.]

Stephens, Donald. “Wind, Sun and Dust.” Canadian Literature 23 (Winter 1965): 17-24. Rpt. in Writers of the _____Prairies. Ed. Donald Stephens. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1973. 175-82. [AFMMH]

Stewart, H. L. Rev. of As For Me and My House. Dalhousie Review 22 (April 1942): 130.
_____Story, Norah. “Ross, Sinclair (1908- ).” The Oxford Companion to Canadian History and Literature. Toronto: _____Oxford UP, 1964. 727.

----. “Ross, Sinclair (1908- ).” Supplement to the Oxford Companion to Canadian History and Literature. Ed. _____William Toye. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1967. 281.

Stouck, David. “The Mirror and the Lamp in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” Mosaic 7.2 (Winter 1974): _____141-50.

----. Introduction to the Bison Book Edition. As For Me and My House. By Sinclair Ross. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, _____1978. v-xiii.

----. “Sinclair Ross.” Major Canadian Authors: A Critical Introduction. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1984. 111-26.

----. “Sinclair Ross.” Major Canadian Authors: A Critical Introduction to Canadian Literature in English. 2nd ed., _____rev. & expanded. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1988. 111-26.

----, ed. Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House: Five Decades of Criticism. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991.

----. “Sinclair Ross in Letters and Conversation.” From the Heart of the Heartland: The Fiction of Sinclair Ross. Ed. _____John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1992. 5-14.

----, ed. “Cross-Writing and the Unconcluded Self in Sinclair Ross’s As for Me and My House.” Western American _____Literature 34.4 (Winter 2000): 434-47. Also appears in: Articulating Gender : An Anthology Presented to _____Professor Shirin Kudchedkar. Anjali Bhelande and Mala Pandurang, eds. Delhi: Pencraft International, 2000. _____171-82

----. “The Reception of As For Me and My House.” Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House: Five Decades of _____Criticism. Stouck, ed. 1-8.

----. Headnotes to “Reviews.” Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House: Five Decades of Criticism. Stouck, ed. _____11-12.

----. “Continuing to Read Sinclair Ross.” American Review of Canadian Studies 32.4 (Winter 2002): 695-702.

----. As for Sinclair Ross. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2005. [biography]

Stratford, Philip. “The Two Sides of Main Street: Sinclair Ross and AndrŽ Langevin.” All the Polarities: Comparative _____Studies in Contemporary Canadian Novels in French and English. Toronto: ECW Press, 1986. 30-44. _____[AFMMH]

Stubbs, Roy St. George. “Presenting Sinclair Ross.” Saturday Night 9 August 1941: 17.

----. “Ross Redivivus.” New Leisure (Winnipeg Free Press), 12 October 1974: 20.

Sutherland, Ronald. “Canadian Fiction—Comparatively Speaking.” Review of National Literature 7 (1976): 24-29. _____Rpt. in The New Hero: Essays in Contemporary Quebec/Canadian Literature. Toronto: Macmillan, 1977. _____8-13. [AFMMH; SM]

Sylvestre, Guy, Brandon Conron, and Carl F. Klinck, eds. “Sinclair Ross.” Canadian Writers/écrivans canadiens. _____Toronto: Ryerson, 1964. 119.

Sypnowich, Peter. “A Bachelor on the Run Comes Back to Canada.” Toronto Star, 13 November 1970: 30.
_____

Tallman, Warren. “Wolf in the Snow. Part One: Four Windows onto Landscapes.” Canadian Literature 5 _____(Summer 1960): 7-20. “Wolf in the Snow. Part Two: The House Re-possessed.” Canadian Literature 6 _____(Autumn 1960): 41-48. Rpt. in A Choice of Critics. Selections from Canadian Literature 1964-1974. Ed. _____George Woodcock. Toronto: Oxford U P, 1966. 53-76. Rpt. in Contexts of Canadian Criticism: A Collection _____of Critical Essays. Ed. Eli Mandel. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1977. 232-53. Rpt. in Open Letter 6 (Fall 1977): _____131-49. [AFMMH]

Thacker, Robert. “‘Twisting Toward Insanity’: Landscape and Female Entrapment in Plains Fiction.” North Dakota _____Quarterly 52.3 (Summer 1984): 181-94.

----. “The Grapes of Dearth: Steinbeck, Ross, and the Dustbowl ‘30s.” Ed. Jörn Carlsen and Jean-Michel Lacroix. _____Canadian Issues/Thèmes Canadien. 8 Canadian Society andCulture in Times of Economic Depression. _____Ottawa and Montreal: The International Council for Canadian Studies and The Association for Canadian _____Studies, 1987. 193-203.

----. “A Complex of Possibilities: Prairie as Home Place.” The Great Prairie Fact and Literary Imagination. _____Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1989. 197-207. [AFMMH; LNOS]

The Alcuin Society. The Alcuin Society’s 20th Annual Awards for Excellence in Book Design, 2001. Prose _____Fiction. Second Prize: Whir of Gold.   _____http://www.alcuinsociety.com/Activities/2002Catalog/NotesProseFiction.htm#2

Thieme, John. “Robert Kroetsch and the Erotics of Prairie Fiction.” Kunapipi 8.1 (1986): 90-102.

Thomas, Clara. “Sinclair Ross.” Our Nature—Our Voices: A Guidebook to English Canadian Literature. Vol. 1. _____Toronto: new press, 1972. 128-32.

Waugh, Thomas. “Coming of Age in the Sticks.” The Romance of Transgression in Canada: Queering _____Sexualities, Nations, Cinemas. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2006. 102-110. [film adaptations of “Cornet at _____Night” and “One’s a Heifer”]

Wee, Morris Owen. “Specks on the Horizon: Individuals and the Land in Canadian Prairie Fiction.” South Dakota _____Review 19.4 (Winter 1981): 18-31.

Weis, Lyle. “Landscape Criticism Not Valid: Sinclair Ross’s New Novel.” The Sphinx: A Magazine of Literature and _____Society 2.1 (Winter 1976): 45-57. [SM]

Whitman, F. H. “The Case of Ross’s Mysterious Barn.” Canadian Literature 94 (Autumn 1982): 168-9. [One’s a _____Heifer]

Williams, David. “The ‘Scarlet’ Rompers: Toward a New Perspective in As For Me and My House.” Canadian _____Literature 103 (Winter 1984): 156-66.

----. “The Clash of Realism and Modernism in As For Me and My House.Confessional Fictions: A Portrait of the _____Artist in the Canadian Novel. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991. 130-46.

Woodcock, George. “Rural Roots.” Books in Canada 9.8 (October 1980): 7-9.

----. Introducing Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House: A Reader’s Guide by George Woodcock. 1990, ECW _____Press. Toronto: General, 1990.

York, Lorraine M. “‘Its Better Nature Lost’: The Importance of the Word in Sinclair Ross’s As For Me and My House.” _____Canadian Literature 103 (Winter 1984): 166-74.

Ziaja-Buchholtz, Miroslawa. “Strategies for Survival: Daily Trot and Sudden Insights in Sinclair Ross’s ‘Cornet at _____Night.’” Journal of the Short Story in English 38 (Spring 2002): 15-21.

Ross: Correspondence


Daniells, Roy. Letters to Sinclair Ross. Sinclair Ross Papers. National Archives of Canada, Ottawa.

Deacon, W. A. Letters to Sinclair Ross. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Room, University of Toronto.

Gray, John. Letters to Sinclair Ross. Macmillan Collection. McMaster University.

Ross, Sinclair. Letters to Earle Birney. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Room, University of Toronto.

----. Letters to Dr. G. H. Clarke. Queen’s University Archives, Kingston.

----. Letters to John Gray. Macmillan Collection, McMaster University Library.

----. Letters to Jack McClelland, McClelland and Stewart Collection, McMaster University Library.

----. Letters to Anna Porter, McClelland and Stewart Collection, McMaster University Library.

----. Letters to David Stouck. West Vancouver.

----. Letters to Robert Weaver. National Archives, Ottawa.

Weaver, Robert. Letters to Sinclair Ross. Sinclair Ross Papers. National Archives of Canada, Ottawa.

Ross: Dissertations

Cramer, Timothy Robert. “Out West: Sexual Borderlands and the Literature of the West.” DA 9628228. U of _____Nebraska, 1996.

Dickinson, Peter Ernest. “Here is Queer: Nationalisms and Sexualities in Contemporary Canadian Literature.” _____DANN 19571. U of British Columbia, 1997.

DyckFehderau, Ruth Anne. “Family Distinction(s):  Representations of Nuclear Family in Canadian and American _____‘classic’ Western Novels.” University of Alberta, 2001.

Lesk, Andrew. “The Play of Desire: Sinclair Ross’s Gay Fiction.” Université de Montéal, 2001.

Mahoney, Shelley Lorraine. “Reading the Farm in Prairie Literature.” University of Manitoba, 2002.

Orser, Sandra Marion Parsons. “In Search of a Vision: Concepts of the Christian Faith in Four Canadian Novels.” _____DANN 71568. Dalhousie U, 1993.

Spettigue, Douglas. “The English-Canadian Novel: Some Attitudes and Themes in Relation to Form.” Diss. U of _____Toronto, 1966.

Wainwright, John. Motives for Metaphor: Art and the Artist in Seven Canadian Novels.” Diss. Dalhousie U, 1978.

Ross: Audio Interview

Toppings, Earle.  Canadian Writers on Tape: Mordecai Richler/Sinclair Ross.  Ontario Institute for Studies in _____Education, 1971. 30 min. [cassette]

Ross: Film

Dorn, Rudi. “One’s a Heifer.” Dir. Laurel Crosby. Programme X. CBC Television, 25 March 1971. 30 minutes.

Goldman, Alvin. “The Painted Door.” Dir. Rudi Dorn. Festival. CBC Television, 17 January 1968. 30 minutes.

Nichol, James. “Cornet at Night.” Dir. Don Williams. To See Ourselves. CBC Television, 26 December 1973. 30 _____minutes.

Cornet at Night
. Dir. Bruce Pittman. Atlantis Films, 1983. 25 minutes.

One’s a Heifer
. Dir. Anne Wheeler. Atlantis Films, 1984. 24 minutes.

The Painted Door
. Dir. Bruce Pittman. Atlantis Films, 1984. 24 minutes.