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Castle, Charles. Noel, Doubleday, 1972.

One of several fond tributes to Coward, Castle's book is drawn from the reminiscences of friends and theatrical colleagues, as well as Coward's own observations Coward, Noel Present Indicative, Doubleday, 1937; and Future Indefinite, Doubleday, 1954.

Coward's two major volumes of autobiography provide glimpses of his legendary personality and storytelling ability. Present Indicative includes more detail from the period in which Private Lives was wntten and first produced.

Hoare, Philip. Noel Coward A Biography, Simon & Schuster, 1995.

A extensively-researched biography, wntten with the cooperation of Coward's estate, Hoare's volume draws on previously-unavailable source matenal to produce a thorough account of the playwright's life and times.

Levm, Miller. Noel Coward, Twayne, 1968

A concise survey of Coward's long career, it includes a biographical essay and a critical assessment of each of his major works

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