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Robert Rebein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       
Bibliography Cont'd... ( - housed in Thomas Fox Averill Kansas Studies Collection)
 
  • “The Ne Plus Ultra of Cross Country Skiing” Kinesis (Fall 1995; pp 9-11)
  • “Return to Dodge City” Cream City Review (Fall 1994; pp 243-251)
  • “Strings Attached: Kansas Basketball” Kansas Alumni (Winter 1994; pp 31-33)
  • “Love and Death in the Machine Age” Buffalo Spree (Summer 1993; pp 76-79)
  • “Of Cattle, Bush Hogs, and Men” Buffalo Spree (Winter 1992; pp 96-101)
  • "Feedlot Cowboy" Manifest West: Contemporary Cowboy (Gunnison, Colorado: Western Press Books, 2013)
  • "The Fight" Bayou (forthcoming Spring 2013)

Fiction:

  • “Radials” Buffalo Spree (Spring 1997; pp 74-79)
  • “Nickel City” Northeast Corridor (Winter 1995; pp 83-100)
  • “Justice” Strictly Fiction II (Summer 1995; 112-123)

Literary Criticism:

  • “Contemporary Realism” Cambridge Companion to American Fiction Since 1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012; pp 30-43)
  • “Minimalist/Maximalist Fiction” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; pp 706-709)
  • “William T. Vollmann” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; pp 890-891)
  • “Turncoat: Why Jonathan Franzen Finally Said ‘No’ to Po-Mo” The Mourning After: Attending the Wake of Postmodernism (New York: Rodopi, 2007; pp 201-221)
  • “Hick Chic, Huck Finn, and the ‘White Trash Aesthetic’” Kansas English (Vol. 81, 1995; pp 26-37)
  • “Born to Lose: The Modern White Prison Novel as Bildungsroman” Concrete Garden (Vol. 2, 1994; pp 129-141)

Book Reviews:

  • Review of William T. Vollmann’s Riding Toward Everywhere; The Georgia Review (Summer 2009; pp 350-353)
  • Review of Jennifer Brice’s Unlearning to Fly; The Georgia Review (Summer 2008; pp 442-445)
  • Review of Robert Root (Ed.), Landscapes with Figures: The Nonfiction of Place; The Georgia Review (Winter 2007; pp 874-876)
  • “Descartes Du Jour,” review of William Gass’s Cartesian Sonata
    The Riverfront Times (October14-20, 1998; p 38)
  • “Far From Home,” review of Dale Peck’s Now It’s Time to Say Goodbye; The Riverfront Times (August 19-25, 1998; p 75)
  • “Repeat Performance,” review of T.M. McNally’s Almost Home; The Riverfront Times (June 3-9, 1998; p 77)
  • “Goodwill Hunting,” review of Robert Olen Butler’s The Deep Green Sea
    The Riverfront Times (April 22-26, 1998) pp 36, 38-39)
  • “Double Duty,” review of Lionel Shriver’s Double Fault; The Riverfront Times (September 3-9, 1997; p 67)
  • “Rain Gauge,” review of Lewis Nordan’s Lightning Song; The Riverfront Times (July 2-8, 1997; p 72)
  • “Moody Blues,” review of Rick Moody’s Purple America; The Riverfront Times (April 23-29, 1997; p 33)
  • “All in the Family, review of Larry Brown’s Father and Son; The Riverfront Times (October 16-22, 1996; p 69)
  • “Gordon Weaver: Writer of the Middle Distance”; High Plains Literary Review (April 1995; pp 101-106)
  • “Cormac McCarthy Crosses Over,” review of The Crossing; The Bookpress (March 1994; pp 6, 15)
  • “Bringing the War Home,” review of Thom Jones’s The Pugilist at Rest; The Bookpress (March 1994; pp 5, 19)
  • “Memoirs of a Road Warrior,” review of Chris Offutt’s The Same River Twice; The Bookpress (February 1994; pp 5, 17)
  • “Western Perplexities,” review of Thomas McGuane’s Nothing But Blue Skies; The Bookpress (December 1992; pp 7, 10)

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