Additional Resources for The Bald Soprano by Eugène Ionesco

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Hayman, Ronald. Eugene Ionesco, World Dramatists Senes, Frederick Ungar, 1976.

Written in 1973, after Ionesco virtually turned away from theater, Hayman's study concludes that the playwright's best work was written in the 1950s, which he deems superior to that of the 1960s. The work provides a chronology of stage and broadcast pieces through 1973 and a play-by-play analysis of dramas up through Macbett, Hayman claims that Ionesco's greatest weakness is structural Includes an interview with Ionesco.

Kilhnger, John. World in Collapse: The Vision of Absurd Drama, Dell, 1971.

Aids in the interpretation of absurdist drama, explaining the philosophical base for the structural designs and thematic motifs in the plays of Ionesco and other absurdists

Lamont, Rosette C Ionesco's Imperatives, University of Michigan, 1993.

A major resource text for further study, this work reflects thorough research into Ionesco's historical and political milieu. It features valuable aids, including a nch chronology and notes on productions...

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