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Barnes, Clive, Review in NewYork Tunes, OctoberSl, 1975.

Bigsby, C W E, "Tom Stoppard," in British Writers, Supplement 1, British Council, 1987, pp. 437-54

Brater, Enoch, "Parody, Travesty, and Politics in the Plays of Tom Stoppard," in Essays on Contemporary British Drama, edited by Hedwig Bock and Albert Wertheim, Hueber, 1981, pp. 117-30.

Doll, Mary A., "Stoppard's Theatre of Unknowing," in British and Irish Drama since 1960, edited by James Acheson, Macmillan Press, 1993, pp 117-29.

Hampton, Wilborn, Review in New York Times, April 23,1974

Kalem, T E, "Dance of Words," in Time, November 10,1975.

Rodway, Allan, "Stripping Off," in London Magazine, August-September, pp 66-73.

Rusinko, Susan, "Chapters Travesties. Caviar to the General Public," in Twayne's English Authors Series Online, G K Hall, 1999.

Scruton, Roger, "The Real Stoppard," in Encounter, Vol LX, No. 2, February 1983, pp. 44-47

Wright, Anne, "Tom Stoppard," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 13: British Dramatists Since World War II, Updated Entry, Gale Research, 1982, pp...

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