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Atkinson, Brooks. "The Play in Review," New York Times, January 30, 1947, p. 21.

Atkinson, Brooks. "Welcome Stranger," New York Times, February 9, 1947, sec. 2, p. 1.

Boggs, W. Arthur. "Oedipus and All My Sons" in the Personalist, Vol. 42, 1961, pp. 555-60.

Brown, John Mason. "New Talents and Arthur Miller," Saturday Review of Literature, Vol. 30, March 1, 1947, pp. 22-4.

Hewes, Henry. "Introduction" in Famous American Plays of the 1940s. Dell Publishing, 1960, p. 15.

Hogan, Robert. Arthur Miller, University of Minnesota Press, 1964, p. 17.

Klapp, Orrin E. "Tragedy and the American Climate of Opinion," in Tragedy: Vision and Form, edited by Robert W. Corrigan, 2nd edition. Harper & Row, 1981, pp. 252- 62.

Krutch, Joseph Wood. "Drama," Nation, Vol. 164, February 15, 1947, pp. 191, 193.

Krutch, Joseph Wood. "The Tragic Fallacy," in Tragedy: Vision and Form, edited by Robert W. Corrigan, 2nd edition. Harper & Row, 1981, pp. 227-37.

Miller, Arthur. "Tragedy and the Common Man," in Tragedy: Vision and Form, edited by Robert W. Corrigan, 2nd edition. Harper...

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