Buried Child



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Arnold, Lisa. The drama of alienation
an interpersonal examinationof Edward Albee's The zoo story and Sam
Shepard's Buried child. typescript; thesis (M.A.), University of North
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Best American Plays: Eighth Series, 1974-1982. 1st ed. New York: Crown;
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Blank, Ed. Sluggish "Buried Child" Too Grim. Pittsburgh Press. ; 1980 Feb 21: 5.
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Brantley, Ben. A home where no one finds comfort. New York Times. 1995
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Brantley, Ben. A Sam Shepard Revival Gets Him to Broadway. New York
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Brantley, Robin. Interview with director Adrian Hall. New York Times. ;
1979 Jan 19: 11.
Brantley, Robin. Interview with director Robert Woodruff. New York
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Buried Child. Encore. 1979 Feb 5; : 40.
Buried child . videocassette, 118 min.; 1984.
Buried Child. 2 videocassettes, 128 min.; 1988.
Buried Child. Providence, RI: Brown University; performance,1994.
Callens, Johan. Memories of the Sea in Shepard's Illinois. Modern Drama.
1986 Sep; : 403-15.
Catanzaro, John Samuel. The role of Leo in Design for living and the role
of Vince in Buried child. vita, thesis (M.F.A.); University of Texas at
Austin; 1988.
Cho, Eun Young. Cultural Authorities in Transition and Sam Shepard's
Search for Identity (Shepard Sam). Dissertation Abstracts International (52/12) 4327; Ph.D.: University of Hawaii; 1991.
Cho, Eun-Young. Literary Journey of Sam Shepard and Buried Child. The
Journal of English Language and Literature (JELL), Seoul 110-062, Korea.
1990; (no. 3): pp. 537-559.
Christiansen, Richard. Chicago Tribune. ; 1986 Jan 30: 9A (3).
Christon, Lawrence. Los Angeles Times. ; 1986 Apr 11: 1 (4).
Cima, Gay Gibson. Buried Child (play review). Theatre Journal. 1983 Dec; : 559-60.
Clarey, Kathey. A mixed bag of the best of Sam Shepard. The Fresno Bee. ;
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Clurman, Harold. Buried Child. Nation. 1978 Dec 2; : 621-2.
Critic's Picks. The Columbus Dispatch. ; 1996 Jun 2: 2D.
Crum, Jane Ann. Notes on Buried Child. King, Kimball. Sam Shepard: A
Casebook. New York: Garland; 1988; c1988: pp. 73-80. (Casebooks on Mod.
Drama; v. no. 2).
Czerepinski, Jackie Norby. Under the Influence: Alcoholic Families in the
Plays of Sam Shepard, 1977-1985 (Shepard Sam, Family Plays).
Dissertation Abstracts International (52/09) 3128; Ph.D.: University of
Colorado at Boulder; 1991.
Earwood, Susan Virginia. The paradox of the family: a study of Sam
Shepard's plays, Curse of the starving class and Buried child. typescript; vita;
thesis (M.A.)-Wake Forest University; 1987.
Elder, Richard. Theatre. New York Times. ; 1978 Nov 7: 61.
Erickson, Steven Craig. The Drama of Dispossesion in Selected Plays of
Six Major American Playwrights (O'Neill, Eugene, Miller, Arthur, Williams,
Tennessee, Albee, Edward, Shepard, Sam). Dissertation Abstracts I
nternational (52/03) 740: The University of Texas at Dallas; 1991.
Famous American Plays of the 1970s. New York: Dell; 1981; c1981. (The
Laurel Drama Series).
Famous American Plays of the 1970s. New Dell ed. New York: Dell; 1988;
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Fechter, Steven Jerome. Impossible Love: A Study of the Incest Theme in
the Plays of Ibsen, O'Neill, and Shepard (Ibsen, Henrik, O'Neill, Eugene,
Shepard, SAM, Norway). Dissertation Abstratcts International (54/04) 1152;
Ph.D.: City University of New York; 1993.
Fox, Terry Curtis. Many Deaths in the Family. Village Voice. 1978 Oct 30;
Francioni, Marco. "London, Texas": Gli elementi pinteriani nel teatro di
Sam. Confronto Letterario. 1991 May; (no. 15): pp. 211-25.
Franklin, Nancy. Buried Child. The new Yorker. 1996 May 27; (n13): p.138.
Franklin, Nancy. Haunted houses. New Yorker. 1996 May 27(n13): p.138-139.
From news services. Newsmakers. The Florida Times-Union. ; 1996 May 7:
A2 (Newsmakers).
Fuller, Graham. Broadway babies. Interview. 1996 Jun(n6): p.44-45+.
Gener, Randy. Fool For Sam. Village voice. 1996 Feb 20(n8): p.72-73.
Gerard, Jeremy. Buried Child. Variety. 1996 May 6; (n1): p211.
Gerard, Jeremy. Legit reviews: Buried Child. Variety. 1996 May 6(n1).
Goist, Park Dixon. Sam Shepard's Child Is Buried Somewhere in Illinois.
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Literature. 1987; : 113-125.
Griffin, Paul F. Saying 'No' in Three Modern Dramas. The Comparatist:
Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association. 1988 May; :
Gussow, Mel. Finally famous in films, back to theater. New York Times.
1995 Oct 5: C, 17:3.
Hadomi, Leah. Individual Existence and Cyclic Return:buried Child. The
homecoming theme in modern drama: the return of the prodigal son.
Lampeter, Wales: The Edwin Mellen Press, Ltd.; 1992: 92-105.
Hall, Ann Christine. "A Kind of Alaska": The Representation of Women in
the Plays of Eugene O'Neill, Harold Pinter, and Sam Shepard (Britain,
United States, Poststructuralist). Dissertation Abstracts International (49/08)
2214; Ph.D.: The Ohio State University; 1988.
Hall, Ann C. "A kind of Alaska" : women in the plays of O'Neill, Pinter, and
Shepard. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press; 1993.
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Hughes, Catherine. Buried Child. America. 1978 Dec 30; : 500.
Hughes, Leonard. 'Buried Child' is chilling. Washington Post. 1994 Oct 20:
MDH, 5:1.
Hulbert, Dan. Black Voices From [Sam] Shepard's Country. Atlanta
Constitution. ; 1988 Oct 14: 1 (1).
Hulbert, Dan. A spring rush: Great White Way playing to youth. Feature.
1996 Apr 14: L, 1:1.
Hunter, James Wilson. Set design for Buried child. thesis (M.F.A.),
University of Virginia; 1991.
Inman, Kevin. A metaphorical analysis of the breakdown of the American
family in Sam Shepard's Buried Child and Curse of the Starving Class. ;
Kalem, T. E. Theatre. Time. 1978 Dec 18; : 76.
Kauffmann, Stanley. Theatre Criticisms. NY: Performing Arts Journal; 1983.
Kovacs, Eva Elizabeth. From script to performance: directing Sam
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Kroll, Jack. Buried Child. Newsweek. 1978 Oct 30; : 106.
Lazare, Lewis. Buried Child. Variety. 1995 Oct 9; (n10): p.101.
Lazare, Lewis. Chi 'Child' heads for B'way. Variety. 1995 Oct 30(n13): p.175.
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List of 1996 Tony nominations. Greensboro News and Record. ; 1996 May 7: D2.
Luscombe, Belinda. Play it again, Sam. Time. 1996 Apr 22(n17): p.99.
Mann, Bruce J. Character Behavior and the Fantastic in Sam Shepard's
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Marks, Peter. 'Buried Child' not long in this world. Sun-Sentinel. Fort
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McBride, Steward Dill. Sam Shepard. Christian Science Monitor. ; 1980
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McLennan, Kathleen. Buried Child. Theatre Journal. 1996 May; (n2): p.225.
McLennan, Kathleen. Performance review: Buried Child. Theatre Journal.
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Mustazza, Leonard. Women's 'Roles' in Sam Shepard's Buried Child.
Literature in Performance: A Journal of Literary & Performing Art. 1985 Apr;
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Nash, Thomas. Sam Shepard's Buried Child: The Ironic Use of Folklore.
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Nash, Thomas. "Sam Shepard's Buried Child: The Ironic Use of Folklore".
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Neely, Laura L. Buried child: a revitalization of the family. vita; thesis
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Nightingale, Benedict. Buried Child. New Statesman. 1980 Jul 11; : 57.
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Orbison, Tucker. Authorization and subversion of myth in in Shepard's
Buried child. Modern Drama. 1994 Sep; (n3): p.509-520.
Pacas, Michael Wayne. Sam Shepard's Buried child: a production thesis in
directing. typescript; vita; thesis (M.F.A.)-DePaul University; 1992.
Paul, John Steven. The Power of Proximity: Nevis Mountain Dew and
Buried Child in the Second City. Cresset. 1980; (6): 12-14.
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Perry, Frederick John. Production Notes for "Buried Child": A Computer-
Aided Analysis (Shepard). Dissertation Abstracts International (51/04)
1050; Ph.D.: University of Colorado at Boulder; 1990.
Perry, Frederick J. A Reconstruction-analysis of "Buried child" by
playwright Sam Shepard. San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press;
1992; c1992.
Peterson, Jane Temple. Sam Shepard's Family Trilogy: Analysis and
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Rabkin, Gerald. The Bones Underneath. Soho Weekly News. ; 1978 Oct 26: 74.
Radel, Nicholas F. 'What's the Meaning of This Corn Tilden!' Mimesis in
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