Women Study Guide Sources

Charles Bukowski and Clare Boothe Luce
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Blanchard, Jayne, "Conniving World of Women," in Washington Times, February 7, 1999, p. D3.

Boothe, Clare, "Foreword," in The Women, Random House, 1937, pp. vii-xiv.

———, "The Women": Newly Revised by the Author, Dramatists Play Service, 1966.

Byrne, Terry, "Stage on Screen: The Women," in Boston Herald, June 22, 2002, p. 17.

Gardner, Elysa, "Women: Fresh, Funny, and Feline," in USA Today, November 9, 2001, p. 3E.

Gates, Anita, "What Is It about The Women?" in New York Times, June 16, 2002, Sect. 13, p. 4.

Maddock, Mary, "Social Darwinism in the Powder Room: Clare Boothe's The Women," in Journal of American Drama and Theatre, Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 1990, pp. 81—97.

Winn, Steven, "The Women without Their Men," in the San Francisco Chronicle, September 25, 1992, p. C5.

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