Additional Resources for Becket, or the Honor of God by Jean Anouilh

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Chiari, Joseph, French Theatre: The Flight from Naturalism, Gordian Press, 1965.

Chiari gives an analysis of modern French theatre and Anouilh's role in that theatre.

Falb, Lewis, Jean Anouilh, Ungar Book Publishers, 1977.

Falb provides a well-written biographical and critical study of Anouilh's work.

Kelly, Kathleen W., Jean Anouilh: An Annotated Bibliography, Scarecrow, 1973.

Kelly provides a list of critical articles on Anouilh along with helpful annotations.

Priest, Stephen, ed. Jean-Paul Sartre: Basic Writings Routledge, 2001.

Priest offers a selection of writings by the influential existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre.

Stroupe, John H., "Familial Imagery in Anouilh's Becket," in Romance Notes, Vol. 19, No. 1, Fall 1978, pp. 16—21.

Stroupe examines the language surrounding family as a metaphor for the relationship between the church and the state.

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