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Butt, John. "Guilty Conscience?" in the Times Literary Supplement, February 28,1992, p. 22.

Disch, Thomas M. Review of Death and the Maiden m the Nation, May 11,1992, pp. 640-43.

Dorfman, Ariel. Afterword to Death and the Maiden, Penguin (New York), 1992, pp. 71-75

Kramer, Mimi "Magical Opportunism" in the New Yorker, March 30,1992, p. 69.

Kroll, Jack "Broadway Mind-Stretchers" in Newsweek, March 30,1992, p 65

Reyes, Carlos, and Maggie Patterson. "Ariel Dorfman on Memory and Truth" on the Amnesty International Home Page, http://www.oneworld.org/textver/amnesty/journaljuly97/carlos.html

Rich, Frank. "Close, Hackman and Dreyfuss in 'Death and the Maiden'" in the New York Times, March 18, 1992, p.C15.

Simon, John. "The Guary Apes" in New York, March 30, 1992, pp 87-88.

Wolf, Matt "Power Games at Home" in the Times (London), November 4, 1991, p. 14

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