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Additional Resources for The Miracle Worker by William Gibson

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Further Reading

Atkinson, Brooks.' 'Miracle Worker. Two Strong Minds and Two Strong Players" in the New York Times, November 1, 1959, p. 1.

A favorable review of the play's Broadway premiere Atkinson finds favor with both Gibson's material and the performances of the lead actresses

Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 23, Gale, 1983.

Provides an overview of Gibson's work, providing criticism on a number of his plays, including The Miracle Worker.

Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 7: Twentieth Century American Dramatists, Gale, 1981.

An overview of Gibson's career, with insights into a number of his works.

Tynan, Kenneth. "Ireland Unvanquished" in the New Yorker, Vol. XXXV, no. 37, October 31,1959, pp. 131-36

A mixed review of The Miracle Worker that ultimately finds the play somewhat exploitive.

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