Where can I find some criticism of Roald Dahl's short story "The Man from the South"?
There is not a whole lot of criticism available of this story. Here are some suggestions for finding what is available:
To view the library's literature databases, follow the link below to our Databases by Subject guide and select Literature. Then select individual databases to search.
In EBSCO: Academic Search Complete, try using this search string: "man from the south" AND dahl. Four articles will be retrieved. Two of these are reviews of anthologies of Dahl's work, but the article at the top of the list provides some analysis of the story.
In Gale: Literature Resources from Gale, select Works Search from the top and search for man from the south. Two articles are available that briefly analyse the story.
In GVRL eBooks, try searching for man south dahl. There is an entry from British Writers, Supplement 4 about Dahl that provides some analysis of the story.
There is one eBook available through the library that briefly mentions the story.