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Judith Thompson
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Conolly, L. W., ed., Canadian Drama and the Critics, Talonbooks, 1995.

Conolly compiles and edits a collection of the key critical reactions to the leading contemporary Canadian playwrights through 1994.

Grace, Sherrill, and Albert-Reiner Glaap, Performing National Identities: International Perspectives on Contemporary Canadian Theatre, Talonbooks, 2003.

Grace and Glaap offer a compilation of opinions on the Canadian drama scene during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

Gussow, Mel, "Theater: Crackwalker, Canadian Urban Drama," in the New York Times, April 8, 1987, p. C24.

Gussow's negative review of a New York production of Thompson's first play, Crackwalker, provides an insight into the American reaction to Thompson's early work.

Zimmerman, Cynthia D., "Judith Thompson," in Playwriting Women: Female Voices in English Canada, edited by Jean Paton, Simon & Pierre, 1994, pp. 176—209.

In Zimmerman's overview of Thompson's career through 1994, she provides a brief biography of Thompson as well as an analysis of the early...

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