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Brustein, Robert, Review in New Republic, January 17, 1981.

Gelatt, Roland, "Peter Shaffer's Amadeus: A Controversial Hit," in Saturday Review, November 1980, pp. 11-14.

Gianakaris, C J , Review in Opera News, Vol. 46, February 27, 1982.

Hinden, Michael, "Trying to Like Shaffer," in Comparative Drama, Vol 19, Spring 1985, pp. 14-29.

Huber, Werner, and Hubert Zapf, "On the Structure of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus," in Modern Drama, Vol 27, No. 3, September 1984, pp 299-313.

Jones, Daniel R, "Peter Shaffer's Continued Quest for God in Amadeus," in Comparative Drama, Vol. 21, No 2, Summer 1987, pp 145-155.

Kauffmann, Stanley, Review 10 Saturday Review, February 1981, pp. 78-79.

Levin, Bernard, Review 10 Times (London), January 9, 1985.

MacMurraugh-Kavanagh, M. K., Peter Shaffer Theatre and Drama, Macmillan Press, 1998.

Nightingale, Benedict, "Obscene Child," in New Statesman, Vol. 98, No. 2538, November 1979, p. 735.

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