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Bigsby, C. W. E "Black Drama. The Public Voice" in hIs The Second Black Renaissance: Essays in Black Literature, Greenwood Press, 1980, pp. 207-56.

Cade, Toni "Black Theater" in Black Expressions. Essays by and about Black Americans in the Creative Arts, edIted by AddIson Gayle, Jr., Weybright and Talley, 1969, pp. 134-43.

Eberstadt, Isabel "King of the East Village" in New York Herald Tribune, December 13, 1964, Sunday Magazine Section, p. 13

Ferguson, John. "Dutchman and The Slave" in Modern Drama, February 13, 1971, pp. 398-405.

Frost, David. Television interview with LeRoi Jones on The David Frost Show, Group W Productions, Westinghouse Broadcasting Company (Los Angeles), 1969.

Hudson, Theodore R. From LeRoi Jones to Amiri Baraka The Literary Works, Duke University Press, 1973

Lewis, Allan. American Plays and Playwrights of the Contemporary Theatre, Crown, 1965.

Margolies, Edward Native Sons A Critical Study of Twentieth Century Negro American Authors, Lippincott,1968

Miller, James A. "Amiri Baraka" in Dictionary of Literary Biography...

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