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Bentley, Eric, "Foreword," in Plays, by George Bernard Shaw, New American Library, 1960, pp. vii—xxx.

Berst, Charles A., "Propaganda and Art in Mrs. Warren's Profession," in ELH, Vol. 33, No. 3, September 1966, pp. 390—404.

Shaw, George Bernard, "The Author's Apology," in Plays, by George Bernard Shaw, Penguin, 1960.

———, Mrs. Warren's Profession, in Plays, by George Bernard Shaw, Penguin, 1960, pp. 31—115.

———, Preface to Mrs Warren's Profession, in Complete Plays with Prefaces, by George Bernard Shaw, Vol. 3, Dodd, Mead, 1962, pp. 3, 22—23.

Weintraub, Stanley, "George Bernard Shaw," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 10, Modern British Dramatists, 1900—1945, edited by Stanley Weintraub, Gale Research, 1982, pp. 129—48.

Wellwarth, George E., "Mrs. Warren Comes to America; or, the Blue-Noses, the Politicians and the Procurers," Shaw Review, Vol. 2, May, p. 12.

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