Bibliography and Further Reading
Bell-Villada, Gene H., García Márquez: The Man and His Work, University of North Carolina Press, 1990, pp. 72, 137–38.
De Carvalho, Susan, ‘‘Origins of Social Pessimism in García Márquez: ‘The Night of the Curlews,’’’ in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 28, No. 3, Summer 1991, pp. 331–38.
Epstein, Joseph, ‘‘How Good is Gabriel García Márquez?’’ in Commentary, Vol. 75, No. 5, May 1983, pp. 59–65.
García Márquez, Gabriel, ‘‘Eyes of a Blue Dog,’’ translated by Gregory Rabassa, in Collected Stories, Harper & Row, 1984, pp. 47–54.
Vargas Llosa, Mario, García Márquez: Historia de un deicidio, Barral Editores, 1971, p. 228.
Williams, Raymond L., ‘‘Gabriel García Márquez: Chapter 2: The Early Fiction,’’ in Twayne’s World Author Series Online, G. K. Hall, 1999; originally published as ‘‘Chapter 2: The Early Fiction,’’ in Gabriel García Márquez, Twayne’s World Author Series, No. 749, Twayne, 1984, p. 5.
García Márquez, Gabriel, Living to Tell the Tale, translated by Edith Grossman, Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. In this vivid memoir (volume 1 in a projected series of three), García Márquez deals with the time period spanning his birth through 1955.
McGuirk, Bernard, ‘‘Characterization in the Early Fiction of Gabriel García Márquez,’’ in Gabriel García Márquez: New Readings, edited by Bernard McGuirk and Richard Cardwell, Cambridge University Press, 1987, pp. 5–16. McGuirk’s book provides an interesting discussion of the characterization techniques in García Márquez’s early short stories, although it does not mention ‘‘Eyes of a Blue Dog’’ specifically.
Pelayo, Rubén, Gabriel García Márquez: A Critical Companion, Greenwood Press, 2001. This work offers a useful blend of contextual information and criticism on the author.
Penuel, Arnold M., Intertextuality in García Márquez, Spanish Literature Publications Company, 1994. Penuel’s text discusses the influence of postmodern theory on García Márquez’s works.