Additional Resources for Three Tall Women by Edward Albee

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Amacher, Richard E. Edward Albee, Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1969.

Amacher explains the playwright's relationship to the Theatre of the Absurd, and attempts to establish his place in American theater during the first decade of his career.

Bigsby, C. W. E. A Critical Introduction to Twentieth Century American Drama, Cambridge University Press, 1982.

In the second volume in this series, Edward Albee's work is discussed alongside profiles of such American artistic notables as Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams.

Bloom, Harold, editor. Edward Albee, Chelsea House Publishers, 1987.

This collection includes a dozen critical essays covering such topics as language in Albee's plays, influences on the playwright, and the psychology of character in Albee's work.

Esslin, Martin. The Theatre of the Absurd, Doubleday, 1969.

Esslin's treatise provided the context for a whole new genre within American drama. Albee's work is placed in context with Samuel Beckett, Eugene lonesco, and Jean Genet.

Kolin, Philip C...

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