… , from a woman she knew during her own experiences in Mexico. Additional commentary by the editors in their preface ground the short story Flowering Judas in the overall context of Porters literary life and travels.
Secondary Sources: Journals
Cohn, Deborah. “Paradise Lost and Regained: The Old Order and Memory in Katherine Anne Porters Stories and Juan Rulfos Pedro Páramo,” Hispanofila 124 (Sept. 1998): 65-86.
This article draws parallels between the Southern and Mexican experiences of social upheaval as depicted in the authors fiction. This article is an excellent bridge between these two qualities of …
… motif of the exotic in the authors works. It suggests that Porters story is both sympathetic to the revolutionary cause yet gives the reader the quality of an outsider looking in terms of its overall perspective.
Nance, William L. “Variations on a Dream: Katherine Anne Porter and TrumanCapote. Originally published in Southern Humanities Review, 1969. Reprinted in Joseph J. and John C. Waldmeir The Critical Response to Truman Capote, published by Greenwood Press.
This essay revolves around a discussion of Porter as a uniquely Southern writer. It compares Capote and Porter, calling them both dreamers of the …