Dick Eastman has published four books (see links below) and many articles on modern novel, drama, critical theory and administration. Here is a selected bibliography:
"Is It Time to Translate Shakespeare?," English Journal, March 1982.
"Murder and Imagination: A Defense of Liberal Humanism," College English, May 1972.
"Literary Specializing and Manpower Needs," Bulletin of the Association of Departments of English, February 1971.
Tangled Tassels: Tales of Academe (Mahomet, Il: Mayhaven Publishing, 1996).
Literature and Gerontology: A Guide to Research, co-author with Robert E. Yahnke (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995).
Aging in Literature: A Reader's Guide, co-author with Robert E. Yahnke (Chicago: American Library Association, 1990).
Style: Writing and Reading as the Discovery of Outlook (New York, 3rd ed.; Oxford University Press, 1984).
A Guide to the Novel (San Francisco: Chandler, 1965).
For more information about Dick's books, click on the following links:
Guide to the Novel
Writing and Reading as the Discovery of Outlook
Tassels: Tales of Academe
in Literature: A Reader's Guide
(with Robert E. Yahnke)