Additional Resources for Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard

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Beckett, Samuel, Waiting for Godot, Grove, 1954.

This play is one of Beckett's most well-known plays. Beckett is considered by many to be the master of the theater of the absurd. Stoppard has been compared many times in style and approach to Beckett.

Shakespeare, William, Hamlet, Signet Classic, 1998.

Stoppard's famous play Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead is based on two minor characters within this famous Shakespeare tragedy.

Shaw, George Bernard, Candida, Penguin, 1964.

Candida is a masterpiece by the famous British playwright. Stoppard's concern for humanistic themes has often been compared to that of Shaw's.

Stoppard, Tom, Tom Stoppard in Conversation, University of Michigan Press, 1994.

This book is an interesting and illuminating collection of interviews with Stoppard.

Wilde, Oscar, The Importance of Being Ernest, Avon, 1965.

The Importance of Being Ernest is a widely popular play by the famous nineteenth-century playwright. Stoppard has been likened to Wilde for their mutual use...

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