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Bermel, Albert. Artaud's Theatre of Cruelty, Tallinger, 1977.

Brook, Peter. The Empty Space, Avon, 1968.

Brook, Peter. IntroduCtion to Marat/Sade, by Peter Weiss, Atheneum, 1965.

Clurman, Harold. Review of Marat/Sade in the NatIOn, January 17, 1966.

Ellis, Roger. Peter Weiss in Exile A Critical Study of His Works, UMI Research Press, 1987.

Gilliatt, Penelope. "Peter Brook: A Natural Saboteur of Order" in Vogue, January 1, 1966.

Ginsberg, Allen. Howl and Other Poems, City Lights Books, 1956

Hewes, Henry. Review of Marat/Sade in the Saturday Review, January 15, 1966

Hilton, Ian. Peter Weiss' A Search for Affinities, Oswald Wolff, 1970.

Jones, David Richard. Great DIrectors at Work' Stanislavsky, Brecht, Kazan, Brook, University of California Press, 1986.

Kushner, Tony. "The Art ofthe Difficult" in Civilization, August/September, 1997.

Painter-Downes, Mollie. Review of Marat/Sade in the New Yorker, September 19,1964.

Review of Marat/Sade in Newsweek, January 10, 1966.

Review of Marat/Sade in Time, January 7,1966.

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This section contains 151 words
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