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Craig, Sandy, Editor Dreams and Deconstructwns Alternative Theatre in Britain, Amber Lane Press, 1980.

Economist, January 3,1998, p. 52.

Gussow, Mel Review of Plenty in the New York Times Magazine, September 29,1985

Hare, David. "Note on Performance" in Plenty, New American Library, 1983

Hare, David. Introduction to The History Plays, Faber, 1978, p. 16

Hile, Kevin S "David Hare" in Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, Vol. 39, Gale, 1992

Levin, Bernard Review of Plenty in the Sunday Times.AprH 16,1978, pp. 37.

Ludlow, Cobn. Review of Plenty in London Magazine, July, 1978, p 78

Marwick, Arthur British Society since 1945, Penguin, 1982

Millar, Gavin. "The Habit of Lying" in Sight and Sound, Autumn, 1985, p. 299

Perry, George. "Plenty of Nothing" in the Sunday Times, November 24,1985.

Sommer, Doris. "Resisting the Heat: Mench, Morrison, and Incompetent Readers" in Cultures of United States Imperialism, edited by Amy Kaplan and Donald E. Pense, Duke University Press, 1993, pp 407-32

Whitehead.Ted "North of the Suez" mthe Spectator, April 22,1978, p. 26.

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