Additional Resources for Glengarry, Glen Ross by David Mamet

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Bigsby, C. W. E. David Mamet, Methuen, 1985, p. 15

The first book-length study of Mamet covers from the beginning through Glengarry Glen Ross, An excellent introduction to the approaches and themes of Mamet.

Carroll, Dennis David Mamet, MacMilIan, 1987, p 155.

An excellent assessment of Mamet at mid-career, from the beginnings through Glengarry Glen Ross approached by thematic groupings

Dean, Anne. David Mamet- Language as Dramatic Action, Associated University Presses, 1990, pp 96-197

A brilliant analysis of Mamet's use of language, approached overall and play-by-play. There are also useful insights into themes and the rehearsal process taken from interviews by the author

Gordon, Clive Review of Glengarry Glen Ross in the Spectator, September 27, 1983

A remarkably unperceptive and arrogant review of the London production.

Kane, Leslie Interview with Joe Mantegna, in her David Mamet: A Casebook, Garland, 1992, pp 254-55,259.

A fascinating look into the work of a fine actor in approaching and rehearsing...

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