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Additional Resources for Overtones by Alice Gerstenberg

Alice Gerstenberg
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Further Reading

Appignanesi, Richard, and Oscar Zarate, Freud for Beginners, Pantheon, 1990.

An exploration of Freud's life and theories presented in cartoon form, this book covers Freud's writings and terminology in an entertaining and accessible way.

Chinoy, Helen Krich, and Linda Walsh Jenkins, eds., Women in American Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, 1987.

This anthology contains a good overview of all facets of women's theatre history in the United States. It includes discussions of numerous lesser-known figures and groups and also provides an extensive bibliography.

Diner, Steven J., A Very Different Age: Americans of the Progressive Era, Hill & Wang, 1998.

This book provides a cohesive social history of 1900 to 1920, a time which is considered the "progressive era" in the United States. It explores how the technological revolution during the early twentieth century transformed the lives of all Americans.

Kramer, Dale, Chicago Renaissance, Appleton-Century, 1966.

Kramer presents a social history of the literary movement in...

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