Additional Resources for The Zoo Story by Edward Albee

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Anderson, Mary C , editor. Edward Albee: An Interview and Essays, Syracuse University Press, 1983

A good resource for Albee's thoughts on the dramatic process. Also contains a number of essays that discuss the themes present m The Zoo Story

Bigsby, C. W. E., editor. Edward Albee: A Collection of Critical Essays, Prentice-Hall, 1975.

A good critical overview of Albee's career up until 1974. Contains a number of perceptive essays on The Zoo Story,

Ditsky, John. "Albee's Parabolic Christ- The Zoo Story" in his The Onstage Christ; Studies m the Persistence of a Theme, [London], 1980.

Ditksy's book examines religious imagery in various dramas He details the parallels to the story of Christ that are evident in Albee's play.

Nilan, Mary M. "Albee's TheZooStory: Alienated Man and the Nature of Love" in Modem Drama, Vol 16,1973.

An essay that details Jerry's isolation from mainstream society and his failures at forming meaningful relationships.

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