Additional Resources for The Sisters Rosensweig by Wendy Wasserstein

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Barnett, Claudia, ed., Wendy Wasserstein: A Casebook, Casebooks on Modern Dramatists series, Garland, 1998.

This casebook contains discussions of the author's works in consideration of Jewish storytelling, feminism, comedy, and so forth. The author is also compared to playwright Anton Chekhov and others to provide context and understanding for her works.

Ciociola, Gail, Dramatizing Women, Their Choices and Their Boundaries, McFarland, 1998.

A scholarly study of Wasserstein's works, this book also provides helpful explanations of current feminist terminology to set up Ciociola's textual analysis and in-depth character study.

Homes, A. M., "Wasserstein, Wendy," in Bomb, H. W. Wilson Company, Spring 2001.

In this interview with the playwright, Homes and Wasserstein discuss such topics as the concept of political correctness, a writer's social and moral obligations, and the influence of motherhood on the author's work.

Johnson, Haynes, Sleepwalking through History: America in the Reagan Years, Doubleday, 1991.

Johnson's work paints a harsh portrait...

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