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A Note on Salinger’s Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut by Martin J. LaHood

MLA Citation:

LaHood, Martin J.  “A Note on Salinger’s ‘Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut.'” Revue des Langues Vivantes, 33 (1967), 567-598.

Sublette’s Synopsis:

“LaHood demonstrates that Eloise ‘has become an unhappy and cynical human being’ because her vision of an idealistic ‘make-believe’ world has been replaced by the harsh reality of ‘blind fate.'”