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Albis, Theron, "In the Spotlight, Margaret Edson," mStage & Screen, www stagenscreen.com/mybookclub/showbiz/ bookclubs/sns/Special/Authors/MargaretJEdson.htm (February 2001).

Allen, Jamie, "Pulitzer Is Wonderful, But Teaching Is Edson's Life," httpV/www cnn com/books/news/9905/03/margaret edson/ (May 3,1999).

Brustem, Robert, "Ways to Break the Silence," in New Republic, Vol. 219, Issue 18, November 1998, pp 27-30

Butler, Susan Lowell, "Portraits of Women Changing Our Lives," in USA Today, March 30,2000

Cohen, Carol, "Margaret Edson's 'Wit'An Audience Guide," in Madison Repertory Theatre Audience Guide, August 21,2000.

Gordon, Suzanne, "Doctors' Brains," m Nation, Vol. 269, Issue 4, July 1999, p. 34.

Kermode, Frank, John Donne, Longmans, Green & Co Ltd, 1957, pp. 5-12.

"London Theatre Guide," http.//www.smu edu/~tmayo/wit_ london.htm (October 18,2000)

Lyons, Donald, "'Wit' Gams Bright Light," in New York Post Online Edition, September 13,1999.

Marks, Peter, "'Wit': Science and Poetry Face Death in a Hospital Room," in New YorkTimes, September 18,1998

Martini, Adrienne, "The Playwright...

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