Additional Resources for The Blue Room by David Hare

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Liptzin, Solomon and Sol Liptzin. Arthur Schnitzler (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought), Ariadne Publishers, 1995.

At once a history, biography, and literary critique, the Liptzins' study examines Schnitzler's place in Austrian and world literature and illuminates some of the most important themes in the author's work.

Page, Malcolm, compiler. File on Hare, Methuen, 1986.

A collection of excerpted criticism of Hare's plays, taken largely from theatre reviews in London and New York newspapers and magazines. Also includes a chronology of Hare's work.

Schorske, Carl E. Fin-De-Siecle Vienna: Politics and Culture, Random House, 1981.

In seven separate studies, Schorske provides a social and political history of turn-of-the-century Vienna that examines early modernism in art, music, and thought.

Zeifman, Hersh, editor. David Hare: A Casebook, Garland Publishing, 1994.

A collection of essays about Hare's most important plays, accompanied by a chronology of his work and a bibliography of Hare interviews and criticism...

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