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Patricia Highsmith

# Title Year Score
1Mark as read.The Talented Mr. Ripley19556.07
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 88 (3.78 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 19 (1.50 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
2Mark as read.Strangers on a Train19505.75
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 45 (2.98 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 20 (1.53 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 2 (1.24 points)
3Mark as read.The Price of Salt19524.29
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 19 (2.14 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 15 (1.36 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
4Mark as read.Ripley Under Ground19703.84
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 21 (2.23 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 5 (0.82 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
5Mark as read.Little Tales of Misogyny19743.22
Genre: Collection of Short Stories

Google Scholar: 11 (1.70 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 4 (0.73 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
6Mark as read.Ripley's Game19742.95
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 10 (1.63 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 14 (1.32 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
7Mark as read.The Blunderer19542.73
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 4 (1.05 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 6 (0.90 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
8Mark as read.The Boy Who Followed Ripley19802.72
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 18 (2.09 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
9Mark as read.Ripley Under Water19912.51
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 14 (1.89 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
10Mark as read.Edith's Diary19772.37
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 6 (1.28 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 9 (1.09 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
11Mark as read.The Tremor of Forgery19692.10
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 8 (1.47 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
# Score
1Mark as read.The Talented Mr. Ripley (1955)
Patricia Highsmith
6.07
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 88 (3.78 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 19 (1.50 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
2Mark as read.Strangers on a Train (1950)
Patricia Highsmith
5.75
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 45 (2.98 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 20 (1.53 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 2 (1.24 points)
3Mark as read.The Price of Salt (1952)
Patricia Highsmith
4.29
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 19 (2.14 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 15 (1.36 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
4Mark as read.Ripley Under Ground (1970)
Patricia Highsmith
3.84
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 21 (2.23 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 5 (0.82 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
5Mark as read.Little Tales of Misogyny (1974)
Patricia Highsmith
3.22
Genre: Collection of Short Stories

Google Scholar: 11 (1.70 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 4 (0.73 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
6Mark as read.Ripley's Game (1974)
Patricia Highsmith
2.95
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 10 (1.63 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 14 (1.32 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
7Mark as read.The Blunderer (1954)
Patricia Highsmith
2.73
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 4 (1.05 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 6 (0.90 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 1 (0.79 points)
8Mark as read.The Boy Who Followed Ripley (1980)
Patricia Highsmith
2.72
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 18 (2.09 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
9Mark as read.Ripley Under Water (1991)
Patricia Highsmith
2.51
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 14 (1.89 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
10Mark as read.Edith's Diary (1977)
Patricia Highsmith
2.37
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 6 (1.28 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 9 (1.09 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)
11Mark as read.The Tremor of Forgery (1969)
Patricia Highsmith
2.10
Genre: Novel

Google Scholar: 8 (1.47 points) | JSTOR (Language and Literature): 3 (0.63 points) | American Literature: 0 (0.00 points) | American Literary History: 0 (0.00 points)

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