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Additional Resources for Picnic by William Inge

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Further Reading

Leeson, Richard M. William Inge: A Research and Production Sourcebook, Greenwood, 1994.

This is a thorough critical overview of Inge's plays with information about reviews and critical studies.

McClure, Arthur F.

Memories of Splendor: The Midwestern World of William Inge,Kansas State Historical Society, 1989. This book contains production information and photographs of Inge and his work.

Shuman, R. Baird. William Inge, Twayne, 1996.

This book is primarily a biography of Inge. It also contains a detailed discussion of each of his works.

Voss, Ralph F. A Life of William Inge: The Strains of Triumph, University of Kansas Press, 1989. This is a critical biography of Inge's life.

Wager, Walter. "William Inge" in The Playwrights Speak,Delacorte, 1967.

Wagner presents interviews with several contemporary playwrights. This book presents an opportunity to "hear" each writer express his or her thoughts about the art of writing.

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