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Additional Resources for The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco

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Further Reading

Coutin Andre and Rosette C. Lamont. "Culture Dreams: A Conversation," in Grand Street, Summer, 1998, p. 166-75.

An interview with Eugene lonesco.

Dolamore, C. E. J., "Adam at Odds with Eve: lonesco and the Woman's Mission," in Journal of European Studies, December, 1993, pp. 409-26.

Discusses the female characters found in lonesco's plays, including The Chairs.

Gaensbauer, Deborah B. Eugene lonesco Revisited, Twayne/ Prentice Hall, 1996, 177 p.

Biographical and critical study.

lonesco, Eugene. Present Past/Past Present: A Personal Memoir, translated by Helen Lane, Grove, 1971, 192 p.

Autobiography of lonesco.

Lamont, Rosette C. and Melvin J. Friedman, eds. The Two Faces of lonesco, Whitston Publishing Company, 1978,283 p.

This collection of essays includes original writing by lonesco as well as criticism of his work.

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