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Alvarez, A "The Pnce of Period" in British New Statesman, Vol. 60, July 9, 1960, p. 46.

An early review of the original London stage play that calls the play a "historical romance," too "cozy" for real dramatic tragedy

Atkins, Anselm. "Robert Bolt: Self, Shadow, and the Theater of Recognition" in Modern Drama, Vol. 10, September 1967, pp. 182-88.

Atkins equates More with the Common Man, "a striking example of the coincidence of opposites," in that both of them live by the principle to preserve the self

Brustem, Robert. "Chronicle of a Reluctant Hero" in the New Republic, Vol. 145, no. 24, December 11, 1961, pp. 280-30.

A positive review of the New York play that sees Bolt's play as an effective model for the rebirth of the chronicle history

Carper, Gerald Carper "Dramas of the Threatened Self in Video Classics of American Film, September, 1989 A summary of Bolt's major works that demonstrates their common themes about "of...

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