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Aston, Frank, "Bird of Youth Stormy Drama," in New York World Telegram and The Sun, March 11, 1959.

Atkinson, Brooks, "The Theatre: Portrait of Corruption," in New York Times, March 11, 1959.

Brustein, Robert, "Sweet Bird of Success," in Encounter, June 1959, pp. 59-60.

_____, "Williams's Nebulous Nightmare," in Hudson Review, Summer 1959, pp. 255-60.

Chapman, John, "Williams's Sweet Bird of Youth Weird, Sordid and Fascinating," in the Daily News, March 11, 1959.

Clurman, Harold, Review in The Nation, March 28, 1959, pp. 281-83.

Hewes, Henry, "Tennessee's Easter Message," in Saturday Review, March 28, 1959, p. 26.

Kerr, Walter, Review in the New York Herald Tribune, March 11, 1959.

Kissel, Howard, Review in Women's Wear Daily, December 31, 1975.

Mallet, Gina, "Petit Guignol," in Time, December 15, 1975.

Mannes, Marya, "Sour Bird, Sweet Raisin," in The Reporter, April 16, 1959, pp. 34-5.

Tynan, Kenneth, Review in New Yorker, March 21, 1959, pp. 98-100.

Watts, Jr., Richard, "Tennessee Williams Does It Again," in New York Post, March 11, 1959.

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