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Demott, Benjamin. Ghost Ships on the Hudson: "World's End" by T. Coraghessan Boyle. New York Times Book Review 27 September 1987.
Eder, Richard. "Kismet Comedy from New Holland to New York; 'World's End' by T. Coraghessan Boyle." Los Angeles Times 11 October 1987.
Grondahl, Paul. "Haunting Literature, Ghostly Tradition Still Lingers Along Hudson." Albany Times Union 25 October 1987.
Grondahl, Paul. "A Fictional Treasure About the Valley: 'World's End'." Albany Times Union 13 December 1987.
Grondahl, Paul. "Author Returns to Hudson Valley to Read Works." Albany Times Union 18 October 1988.
Grossman, Barbara. "Hudson Valley Tale of Modern Van Winkle." Albany Times Union 16 July 1989.
Kohn, Martin F. "Flashy Writer Flaunts a Meaty Vocabulary." Detroit Free Press 24 July 1988.
Trueheart, Charles. "Boyle and His Prized Pursuit; The PEN/Faulkner Winner and the History of 'World's End'." Washington Post 20 April 1988.
T. Coraghessan Boyle Wins PEN/Faulkner Award New York Times 20 April 1988.
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Post 16 May 1988.
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