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Cohn, Ruby. Edward Albee, University of Minnesota Press (Minneapolis), 1969.

Early, significant assessment of Albee's work, not long but an excellent study of Albee's plays through its year of publication.

Contemporary Literary Criticism, Gale (Detroit). Volume 1, 1973; Volume 2, 1974, Volume 3, 1975; Volume 5, 1976; Volume 9, 1978; Volume 11, 1979, Volume 13, 1980, Volume 25,1983, Volume 53,1989; Volume 86,1995. The listed volumes of this reference series compile selections of criticism, it is an excellent beginning point for a research paper about Albee The selections in these ten volumes span Albee's entire playwnting career through 1995. For an overview of Albee's life, also see the entry on him in the Concise Dictionary of American Literary Biography (Gale, 1987) and Volume 7 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography (Gale).

Bsslm, Martin Theatre of the Absurd, Doubleday, 1961. This is a work on the style of theatre associated with Existentialist ideas about the absurdity of human existence, expressed m an aberrant dramatic style meant to mirror the human situation. Esslm...

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