Additional Resources for Plenty by David Hare

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Bull, John. New British Political Dramatists. Howard Brenton, David Hare, Trevor Griffiths, and David Edgar, Macmil-Ian, 1984

This work explores Hare as well as other modern English playwrights. It dedicates a thorough, m-depth chapter to Hare and his work

Childs, David. Britain since 1945. A Political History, Methuen, 1986.

Childs details post-World War n political issues up through 1985. The book focuses on domestic as well as foreign affairs

Dean, Joan Fitzpatnck David Hare, edited by Kinley E Roby, Twayne, 1990

This work offers information on the critical reception, themes, imagery, sources, settings and contexts of Hare's works

Homden, Carol. The Plays of David Hare, Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Homden's work is a comprehensive resource about Hare's works and includes commentary about his 1993 trilogy which includes Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges, and The Absence of War.

Oliva, Judy Lee David Hare: Theatricalizing Politics, UMI Research Press, 1990.

Oliva's work provides another comprehensive review of Hare's works...

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