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Aristotle, Poetics (c. 335 B.C.), translated by S. H. Butcher, in Dramatic Theory and Criticism: Greeks to Gratowski, edited by Bernard F. Dukore, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, pp. 31-55, originally published by Hill and Wang, 1961.

Bloom, Michael, Interview with David Hare, in American Theatre, November 1989, p. 33.

Brustein, Robert, Review of The Secret Rapture, in New Republic, November 20, 1989, pp. 29-30.

Busby, Anne, Interview with David Hare, in the original program for The Secret Rapture, Royal National Theatre of Great Britain, 1988.

Crew, Robert, "Interview with David Hare," in File on Hare, compiled by Malcolm Page, Methuen Drama, 1990, p. 75, originally published in the Toronto Star, February 11, 1989, Sec. F, p. 3.

Golomb, Liorah Anne, "Saint Isobel: David Hare's The Secret Rapture as Christian Allegory," in Modern Drama, Vol. 33, No. 4, December 1990, pp. 563-74.

Hare, David, "Love, Death and Edwina," in File on Hare, compiled by Malcom Page, Methuen Drama, 1990, p. 75, originally published in Listener, September...

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