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Further Reading

Darlow, Michael and Gillian Hodson. Terence Rattigan: The Man and His Work, Quartet Books, 1979. Critical biography of Rattigan.

Havighurst, Alfred F. Britain in Transition, The University of Chicago Press, 1985.

A history of Great Britain from 1900-1983, including the post-World War II period in which The Browning Version takes place.

Hyams, Barry. "The People's Playwright ... A Chat with Terence Rattigan," in Theatre Arts, November, 1956, pp. 20-3.

In this interview, conducted at the height of Rattigan's success, he explains the concept of "Aunt Edna," his ideal audience member.

Smith, Kay Nolte. "Terence Rattigan," in The Objectivist, March, 1971, pp. 9-16.

A critical analysis of Rattigan's writing. Smith considers his work "artistry."

Wansell, Geoffrey. Terence Rattigan, Fourth Estate, 1995.

This biography covers Rattigan's entire life and writing career.

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