The Bloody Chamber


  • Anonymous, "LS 819: Transformations: Freedom and Magic in Nineteenth Century "Fairy Stories"", (n.d.).
  • Anonymous, "School of Theatre and Performance – Trinity College Carmarthen" Archived 28 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine: scroll down to Nick Evans for evidence of the production of "The Company of Wolves".
  • Charles N. Brown & William G. Contento, 2007."The Locus Index to Science Fiction (1984–1998); The Bloody Chamber and other stories" Archived 6 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine, 2004: source for specific contents details.
  • Angela Carter, The Bloody Chamber (Croydon: Vintage, 1979 (1995)), ISBN 0-09-958811-0.
  • Angela Carter, The Bloody Chamber (London: Vintage, 1979 (2006)), p 4 ISBN 0-09-958811-0: source for Helen Simpson quotations and references (in introduction).
  • Angela Carter, The Curious Room (London: Vintage, 1997), ISBN 0-09-958621-5: source for Mark Bell's production notes, which include a quotation from Neil Jordan.
  • Daisy Chainsaw, "Hope Your Dreams Come True", 1992.
  • John Haffenden, Novelists in Interview (New York: Methuen Press, 1985), ISBN 978-0-416-37600-5: source for Angela Carter quotation.
  • Danielle M. Roemer and Christina Bacchilega (ed.), Angela Carter and the Fairy Tale (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1998), ISBN 0-8143-2905-5: source for Jack Zipes, "Crossing Boundaries with Wise Girls: Angela Carter's Fairy Tales for Children" and Marina Warner, "Ballerina: The Belled Girl Sends a Tape to an Impresario".
  • "Zoo District", "Angela Carter's The Bloody Chamber; Adapted for the Stage and Directed by Kara Feely", 2005.

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