The Member of the Wedding


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  3. ^ quoted in Carson McCullers: A Life, Josyane Savigneau, London, 2001
  4. ^ Letter to Tennessee Williams, quoted by Josyane Savigneau,Carson McCullers: A Life
  5. ^ Ali Smith, Introduction to The Member of the Wedding , London, 2004
  6. ^ Patricia Yaeger, Dirt and Desire: Reconstructing Southern Women’s Writing, Chicago, 2000
  7. ^ Ali Smith, Introduction to The Member of the Wedding
  8. ^ McKay Jenkins The South in Black and White, Chapel Hill, 1999
  9. ^ Halberstam, Judith, Female Masculinity, Durham: Duke University Press, 1998, p. 6. ISBN 0-8223-2226-9 & 0822322439
  10. ^ Freeman, Elizabeth. The Wedding Complex: Forms of Belonging in Modern American Culture. Duke UP, 2002
  11. ^ Seymour, Nicole, "Somatic Syntax: Replotting the Developmental Narrative in Carson McCullers's The Member of the Wedding." Studies in the Novel 41.3 (Fall 2009): 293-313.
  12. ^ Theodore Mann (2007) Journeys in the Night: Creating a New American Theatre with Circle in the Square: A Memoir, Hal Leonard Corporation
  13. ^ F. Jasmine Addams (1971) Music & Lyrics by G. Wood; book by Carson McCullers, G. Wood and Theodore Mann; based on Carson McCullers’ The Member of the Wedding
  14. ^ Howard Rosenberg: "Something Old, New in 'Wedding' " (22 Dec 1982) Los Angeles Times
  15. ^ Mel Gussow, "Theatre Review: Frankie is Still Searching for Togetherness" (April 1, 1989) New York Times
  16. ^ The Member of the Wedding (1997) at the Internet Movie Database
  17. ^ "Brook gives Young Vic season a more international flavour" (23 May 2007) Evening Standard
  18. ^ "The Guide: theatre: * A Member Of The Wedding London" (1 Sep 2007) The Guardian

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