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Bach, Raymond, “Cocteau and Vichy: Family Disconnections,” in L'Esprit Createur, Vol. 33, No. 1, Spring 1993, pp. 29-37.

Blumenthal, Eileen, “Sexual Relations,” in American Theater, Vol. 12, No. 6, July-August 1995, pp. 16-17.

Callow, Simon, “Introduction,” in Les Parents Terribles (Indiscretions), by Jean Cocteau, translated by Jeremy Sams, Royal National Theatre and Nick Hern Books, 1994, p. viii.

Canby, Vincent, “Indiscretions: Cocteau's Ferocious View of the Rolls-Royce of Families,” in New York Times, April 28, 1995, http://theater2.nytimes.com/mem/theater/treview.html?res=990CEEDE1139F93BA15757C0A963958260 (accessed October 25, 2006).

Cocteau, Jean, Les Parents Terribles (Indiscretions), translated by Jeremy Sams, Nick Hern Books, 1994.

Hurwitt, Robert, “Marin Theatre's Parents Is a Little Too Discreet: Toned-down Version of Cocteau Tragic Farce,” in San Francisco Chronicle, January 18, 2001, p. E1.

Knowles, Dorothy, French Drama of the Inter-War Years, 1918-39, George C. Harrap, 1967, p. 59.

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