Joseph Smith/Psychobiographical analysis of/Further Reading

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Further reading

Further reading

FairMormon Answers articles

Joseph Smith character wiki articles

External links

  • Charles L. Cohen, No Man Knows My Psychology: Fawn Brodie, Joseph Smith, and Psychoanalysis, BYU Studies vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 55-78.
  • Alan Goff, "Dan Vogel's Family Romance and the Book of Mormon as Smith Family Allegory (Review of: Joseph Smith: The Making of a Prophet)," FARMS Review 17/2 (2005): 321–400. [{{{url}}} off-site]
  • Andrew H. Hedges and Dawson W. Hedges, "No, Dan, That's Still Not History (Review of: Joseph Smith: The Making of a Prophet, by Dan Vogel)," FARMS Review 17/1 (2005): 205–222. [{{{url}}} off-site]
  • Louis Midgley, "F. M. Brodie "The Fasting Hermit and Very Saint of Ignorance": A Biographer and Her Legend (Review of No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, The Mormon Prophet by Fawn McKay Brodie)," FARMS Review of Books 8/2 (1996): 147–230. off-site
  • Louis Midgley, "The Legend and Legacy of Fawn Brodie (Fawn McKay Brodie: A Biographer's Life)," FARMS Review of Books 13/1 (2001): 21–72. off-site
  • Louis Midgley, "Comments on Critical Exchanges (Review of: "A Hard Day for Professor Midgley: An Essay for Fawn McKay Brodie")," FARMS Review of Books 13/1 (2001): 91–126. off-site <!- Midgley -->
  • Hugh Nibley, No, Ma'am, That's Not History: A Brief Review of Mrs. Brodie's Reluctant Vindication of a Prophet She Seeks to Expose (Bookcraft: 1946). off-site
  • Gary F. Novak, "Review of Dale Morgan On Early Mormonism: Correspondence and a New History by John Phillip Walker," FARMS Review of Books 8/1 (1996): 122–167. off-site