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Additional Resources for The Gin Game by D. L. Coburn

D. L. Coburn
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Gussow, Mel, “'Gin Game' Author Lives a Miracle,” in the New York Times, October 11, 1977, p. 43.

This article outlines the rapid success of D. L. Coburn in taking The Gin Game from its first reading to a Pulitzer Prize in little over a year and includes comments from an interview with the playwright.

Harrington, Joan, ed., The Playwright's Muse, Routledge, 2002.

This book is a collection of interviews with eleven Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatists about their inspirations and works.

Moody, Harry R., Aging: Concepts and Controversies, Pine Forge Press, 2000.

Although this is a textbook, Moody's clearly written discourse on aging is a good resource for questions about the social, biological, and ethical issues of aging, including demographic and Social Security data.

Sime, Tom, “Playwright Has Played His Cards Right with the Timeless 'Gin Game,'” in Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service, January 20, 1999, p. K.1896.

Originally an interview for the Dallas...

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