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Altinel, Savkar. "Trinitarian Tanglings." Times Literary Supplement (30 August 1985): 946.
Altinel finds Stone Virgin disappointing as the final volume in Unsworth's literary triptych.
Bernard O'Donoghue, Bernard. "Medieval Mysteries." Times Literary Supplement (8 September 1995): 7.
O'Donoghue maintains that Morality Play is Unsworth's best book to date.
Colegate, Isabel. "Dreams of Umbria." in Times Literary Supplement (30 August 1996): 24.
Colegate finds After Hannibal "a skillfully composed and beautifully written novel" about the after effects of treachery and betrayal.
Fitton, Toby. "A Slave to Symbols." Times Literary Supplement (16-22 September 1988): 1014.
Fitton praises the originality of Sugar and Rum de spite what he considers some stereotypical episodes.
Godwin, Gail. "Three Troubled Lives." New York Times Book Review (7 April 1974): 31.
Godwin praises Unsworth's dexterity with presenting moral ambiguities in Mooncranker's Gift.
Goldsmith, Francesca. A review of After Hannibal. Library Journal 122, No. 2 (1 February 1997): 108-9.
Goldsmith presents a brief overview of the plot and major themes of After Hannibal.
Ross, Maria. "Profit at Any Cost." Books 6, No. 2, (March-April 1992): 5.
An interview in which Unsworth discusses his research for Sacred Hunger, particularly issues related to capitalism, trade, and morality.