Additional Resources for Inadmissible Evidence by John Osborne

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Denison, Patricia D., ed., John Osborne: A Casebook, Garland, 1997.

Denison has collected a wide range of useful articles on Osborne, such as analyses of individual plays, including Inadmissible Evidence; an examination of the plays' reflection of their historical moments; a commentary by Osborne's contemporary in British theater, Arnold Wesker; and a comprehensive bibliography.

Gilleman, Luc, John Osborne: Vituperative Artist, Routledge, 2002.

Gilleman focuses on the themes of power and sexual politics in Osborne's plays, analyzing their destructive effects on his characters.

Heilpern, John, John Osborne: The Many Lives of the Angry Young Man, Knopf, 2007.

Heilpern provides a fascinating account of Osborne's life and uncovers the autobiographical elements in his plays, especially those that deal with the psychology of his characters.

Shellard, Dominic, British Theater since the War, Yale University Press, 2000.

Shellard presents a comprehensive view of trends in British theater in the latter half of the...

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