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Allen, Kelcey, ''Great God Brown by O'Neill Unique," in Women's Wear Daily, January 25, 1926.

Anderson, John, "Another O'Neill Play Comes to Town," in New York Post, January 25, 1926.

Anschutz, Grace, "Masks, Their Use by Pirandello and O'Neill," in Drama, Vol. 17, April, 1927, p. 201.

Atkinson, Brooks, "Ibsen and O'Neill," in New York Times, January 31, 1926, p.l.

Atkinson, Brooks, "Symbolism in an O'Neill Tragedy," in New York Times, January 25, 1926, p.26.

Bogard, Travis, Contour in Time: The Plays of Eugene O'Neill, Oxford University Press, 1972.

Bogdanoff, Rose, "Masks, Their Uses Past and Present," in Drama, Vol. 21, May, 1931, p. 21.

Brown, John Mason, "Doldrums of Midwinter," in Theatre Arts, Vol. 10, March 1926, pp. 145^6.

Carb, David, "The Great God Brown," in Vogue, Vol. 67, March 15, 1926, p. 106

Clark, Barrett H., "Fin de Saison on Broadway," in Drama, Vol. 16, May, 1926, pp. 289-90.

Coleman, Robert, "God Brown Tedious," in New York Mirror, January 25, 1926.

Gilbert, Gabriel, "All God's Chillun Got Masks," in New York...

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