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Anderson, Mary C. "Ritual and Initiation m 'The Zoo Story,"' in Edward Albee: An Interview and Essays, pp 93-108, Syracuse University Press, 1983

Brustem, Robert. "Krapp and a Little Claptrap," in New Republic, February 22,1960, pp 21-2

Ditsky, John The Onstage Christ Studies m the Persistence of a Theme, Vision Press, 1980,188 p

Driver, Tom "Drama Bucketful of Dregs," in Christian Century, February 17,1960, pp. 193-94

Hewes, Henry "Benchmanship," m Saturday Review, February 16, i960, p 32

Luft, Fnednch Review m Critical Essays on Edward Albee, edited by Philip C Kolm and J Madison Davis, p 41, Hall, 1986.

Roudane, Matthew C. Understandmg Edward Albee, p 27, University of South Carolina Press, 1987

Wellwarth, George The Theater of Protest and Paradox: Development m the Avant-Garde Drama, New York University Press, 1964

Zimbardo, Rose A. "Symbolism and Naturalism in Edward Albee's 'The Zoo Story,"' in Twentieth Century Literature, Vol 8,1962, pp, 10-17

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