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No Exit, a play by Jean-Paul Sartre written in 1944, also takes place in one room and focuses on the personal revelations of a group of people.

Glengarry Glenn Ross is a play by David Mamet written in 1984. It features tight, realistic dialogue, all male characters, and a "need to succeed" theme.

Appointment in Samarra, a novel by John O'Hara published in 1934, concerns life in Pennsylvania. The novel focuses on the class system and the idea of success. It features strong use of the vernacular.

Nobody Hears a Broken Drum is a play written by Miller in 1970. It focuses on a group of Catholic characters in Pennsylvania and shares similar thematic concerns.

Rabbit, Run is a novel by John Updike published in 1960. Like many of the characters in That Championship Season, Harry Angstrom feels trapped by life.

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