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Atkinson, Brooks Review of Come Back, Little Sheba in the New York Times, February 16, 1950, pp 28.

Atkinson, Brooks "Two Actors" in the New York Times, February 26, 1950, section 2, pp 1.

Barnes, Howard. "Good Acting Squandered" in the New York Theatre Critics' Reviews, Critics' Theatre Reviews, 1950, pp 350.

Burgess, Charles E. "An American Experience William 1nge in St. Louis 1943-1949" in Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature, Vol. 12, 1976, pp 438-68.

Gibbs, Wolcott. "The Dream and the Dog" in the New Yorker, February 25, 1950, pp 66

Hartung, Philip T. Review of Come Back, Little Sheba in Commonweal, December 26, 1952, pp 308.

Hatch, Robert. Review of Come Back, Little Sheba in Theatre Arts, December, 1952, pp 29.

Herron, Ima Honaker. "Our Vanishing Towns. Modem Broadway Versions" in Southwest Review, Vol 51, 1966, pp 209-20.

Inge, William Introduction to Four Plays, Random House (New York), 1958.

Leeson, Richard M. William Inge: A Research and Production Sourcebook, Greenwood...

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