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Amacher, Richard E Edward Albee, Twayne (Boston), 1969 "Blood Sport" m Time, October 26,1962, p. 84

Clurman, Harold. Review of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf7 in Hit Nation, October 27,1962, pp. 273-74

Dozier, Richard J "Adultery and Disappointment in Who's Afraid ofVirginiaWoolfm Modern Drama, Vol. 11,1969, pp. 432-36.

"First Nights. Game of Truth" m Newsweek, October 29, 1962, p 52

Flasch, Joy. "Games People Play in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" in Modern Drama, Vol. 10,1967, pp. 280-88

Gassner, John Dramatic Soundings, Evaluations and Retractions Culled from Thirty Years of Drama Criticism, Crown, 1968

Gilman, Richard Common and Uncommon Masks- Writings on Theatre 1961-1970, Random House, 1971.

Hewes, Henry "Who's Afraid of Big Bad Broadway" in the Saturday Review, October 27,1962, p 29.

"Long Night's Journey into Daze" in the New Yorker, October 20,1962, pp. 85-86

Quinn, James P "Myth and Romance in Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf in the Arizona Quarterly, Vol 30,1974, pp 197-204

Stavrou, C. N. "Albee in Wonderland" in...

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