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Asahina, Robert. Review of Entertaining Mr Sloane in the Hudson Review, Winter, 1981-82, p. 568.

Darlington, W. A Review of Entertaining Mr Sloane in the Daily Telegraph, May 7, 1964.

Esshn, Martin. "Joe Orton. The Comedy of (III) Manners" in Contemporary English Drama, edited by C. W. E. Bigsby, Holmes & Meier, 1981, pp. 95-107.

Gussow, Mel. Review of Entertaining Mr. Sloane in the New York Times, May 21, 1981, p. C28.

"Hard to Define Triangle" in the London Times, May 7, 1964, p. 20.

Lahr, John, editor. "Introduction" in Joe Orton' The Complete Plays Grove, 1976, p. VII.

Nadel, Norman. "'Entertaining Mr Sloane' Opens" in the New York World-Telegram & The Sun, October 13, 1965.

Nightingale, Benedict. "The Detached Anarchist On Joe Orton" in Encounter, March, 1979, pp. 55-61.

Nightingale, Benedict. "Orton Iconoclast" in the New Statesman, July 18, 1975, p. 90.

Oliver, Edith. "Re-enter Mr. Sloane" in the New Yorker, July 6, 1981, pp. 51, 54.

Schneider, Alan. "Mr. Sloane's Director Talks Back" in the New York...

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