Additional Resources for Trouble in Mind by Alice Childress

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Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth. "Alice Childress: A Pioneering Spirit" in Sage, Spring 1987, pp. 66-68.

An interview with Childress which focuses primarily on biographical information and professional inspiration.

Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth. Their Place on the Stage: Black Women Playwrights in America, Greenwood Press, 1988, pp. 28-34.

Discusses many playwrights, including Childress. The analysis of Childress includes a discussion of Trouble in Mind.

Bryer, Jackson R., editor. "Alice Childress," in The Playwright's An: Conversations with Contemporary American Dramatists, Rutgers University Press, 1995, p. 48.

This interview, which took place about a year before Childress's death, covers her life and career.

Dugan, Olga.' Telling the Truth: Alice Childress as Theorist and Playwright," The Journal of Negro History, Annual 1996, pp. 123-37.

This essay discusses Childress's theories about drama and African Americans in her essays as well as some basic biographical information.

Jennings, La Vinia Delois. Alice Childress, Twayne, 1995.

This book considers Childress's entire literary career, including Trouble...

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