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Bentley, Eric.' "The Poet in Dublin" in In Search of Theatre, Knopf (New York City), 1953.

Benet, William Rose "Singing Spam" in the Saturday Review, October 2,1937, p 18.

Bianco-Gonzalez, Manuel, "Lorca The Tragic Trilogy" in Drama Critique, September 2,1966, pp. 91-97

Burton, Juhanne "The Greatest Punishment: Female and Male in Lorca's Tragedies" in Women in Hispanic Literature Icons and Fallen Idols, edited by Beth Miller, University of California Press (Berkeley), 1983, pp 259-79

Carrier, Warren "Poetry in the Drama of Lorca" in Drama Survey, February 3, 1963, pp. 297-304.

Cobb, Carl. "Fedenco Garcia Lorca" in Twayne's World Author Series, Volume 23, Twayne (New York City), 1967.

Garcia Lorca, Francisco Prologue to Three Tragedies by Fedenco Garcia Lorca, New Directions Publishing Corporation (New York City), 1955, pp. 1-29

Gilmour, John "The Cross of Pain and Death: Religion in the Rural Tragedies*' in Lorca; Poet and Playwright, edited by Robert Havard,St Martin's Press (New York City), 1992, pp...

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