Cain, Kathleen Shine. Leon Uris: A Critical Companion. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1998. Explores the plots, themes, and characters of Uris’s work.
Downey, Sharon D., and Richard A. Kallan. “Semi-Aesthetic Detachment: The Fusing of Fictional and External Worlds in the Situational Literature of Leon Uris.” Communication Monographs, September, 1982. Shows how Uris uses history in his first eight novels.
Furman, Andrew. “A New ‘Other’ Emerges in American Jewish Literature: Philip Roth’s Israel Fiction.” Contemporary Literature 36 (Winter, 1995). Discusses Exodus in the context of Philip Roth’s fiction set in Israel, such as The Counterlife (1986) and Operation Shylock (1993).
Gonshak, Henry. “‘Rambowitz’ Versus ‘Schlemiel’ in Leon Uris’s Exodus.” Journal of American Culture 22 (Spring, 1999). Compares the ways in which Uris depicts Jewish people in his novel.
Manganaro, Elise Salem. “Voicing the Arab: Multivocality and Ideology in Leon Uris’ The Haj.” MELUS 15, no. 4 (Winter, 1988). Treats Uris’s Arab characters as “ugly” misrepresentations.
Weissbrod, Rachel. “Exodus as Zionist Melodrama.” Israel Studies 4 (Spring, 1999). An in-depth analysis of Exodus.