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Abramson, Doris E. Negro Playwrights in the American Theatre, 1925-1959, Columbia University Press, 1969, pp. 188- 205.

Austin, Gayle. "Alice Childress: Black Woman Playwright as Feminist Critic," Southern Quarterly, Spring 1987, pp. 53-62.

Childress, Alice. "Trouble in Mind" in Black Theater: A 20th Century Collection of the Work of Its Best Playwrights, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1971, pp. 135-74.

Keyssar, Helen. "Foothills: Precursors of Feminist Drama," in Feminist Theatre: An Introduction to Plays of Contemporary British and American Women, Macmillian, 1984, pp. 22-52.

Killens, John O. "The Literary Genius of Alice Childress," in Black Women Writers (1950-80): A Critical Evaluation, Anchor Books, 1984, p. 128.

Messud, Claire. "Roles of Thunder," Times Literary Supplement, October 23, 1992, p. 18.

Raymond, Harry. "Alice Childress Play at 'Mews' Sparkling, Witty Social Satire," Daily Worker, November 8, 1955, p. 7.

A review of Trouble in Mind in The New York Times, November 5, 1955, p. 23.

Sommer, Sally R. "Black Figures, White Shadows" in The Village Voice, January 15, 1979, p...

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