Articles and Reviews
- Byrd, Amanda. "Willie
Morris Donates Letters to Ole Miss' Library Archives." The University
of Mississippi Daily Mississippian,
7 November 1996. Morris donates his manuscripts, correspondence, photographs,
and magazine and newspaper clippings to the University of Mississippi.
- Gleaves, Edwin S. "Growing
Up Southern: Discussion Outline on North Toward Home." A detailed
study guide for a discussion of North Toward Home, written
by the State Librarian and Archivist of Tennessee, 14 July 1996.
- Gleaves, Edwin S., and
Fran Schell. "Growing
Up Southern: Willie Morris, A Selected Bibliography." Primary and
secondary bibliographies, 14 July 1996.
- Holland, Gina. "Voice
of the Delta: Writer Willie Morris Dies at 64." ABC News obituary,
3 August 1999.
- Myers, Leslie R. "Renowned
Writer Willie Morris' Corneas Donated, Restoring Sight to Two People."
The University of Mississippi Medical Center News, 20 August
1999. Upon Willie Morris's death on August 2, 1999, his widow and son
donate his eyes and corneas so that two people can see again.
- Sherwin, Elisabeth. "'Morris'
Last Book Introduces World to 'Spit McGee.'" Review of My Cat
Spit McGee, 31 October 1999.
- Sherwin, Elisabeth. "'My
Dog Skip' Will Appeal to All Dog Lovers." Review of My Dog Skip,
17 March 1996.
Southerner. An online magazine's special issue of tributes
to Willie Morris, compiled shortly after his death in 1999.
- Beavers, Ben, Trey Templeton,
Greg Gaillourakis, and Lauren Hodge. "Willie
Morris." A brief
biography, primary and secondary bibliographies, and book reviews that
were written and compiled in 1999. From Mississippi Writers and
Musicians, Starkville High School, Starkville, Mississippi.
by Willie Morris
- Morris, Willie. "Raymond:
A Kaleidoscope of History." On May 9, 1987, Willie Morris speaks
at the dedication of the Confederate Cemetery in Raymond, Mississippi.
- Morris, Willie. "The
Relationship Between Mississippi and Her Residents." Madison
County (Miss.) Journal, 30 December 1999. Morris wrote this article
in mid-1999 after the Associated Press asked him and other prominent
Mississippians to each "offer readers his or her unique perspective
on the state's past and future."
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