Secondary Bibiliography

"Plays are written to entertain. . . No plays are written to be studied and discussed
any more than pictures are painted to be discussed."
— Tom Stoppard
from an interview with Jon Bradshaw in New York Magazine, 10 January 1977.

Book Length Studies
Book Sections
Critiques in Scholarly Journals
Interviews

Recent Book-Length Studies (in reverse chronological order)


Baker, William and Gerald N. Wachs. Tom Stoppard: A Bibliographical History

  • London: British Library; New Castle DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2010; xlviii+446pp [ISBN: 978-0712349666] *


  • Fleming, John. Tom Stoppard's Arcadia [Continuum Modern Theatre Guides]

  • London, New York: Continuum, 2009; ix+122pp [ISBN: 978-08264-9620-1 (hc); 978-0-8264-9621-8 (pb)] *


  • Bloom, Harold, ed. Tom Stoppard [Bloom's Major Dramatists]

  • New York: Chelsea House, 2003; 120pp [ISBN: 0791070328]


  • Nadel, Ira. Double Act: A Life of Tom Stoppard

  • London: Methuen, 2002; 632pp
    [ISBN: 0413730506]
  • [as Tom Stoppard: A Life] New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002; 621pp
    [ISBN: 0312237782]


  • Hodgson, Terry, ed. The Plays of Tom Stoppard for Stage, Radio, TV and Film [Icon Readers' Guides]

  • Cambridge: Icon Books Ltd. [pb], 2001; 224pp [ISBN: 1840462418] *
  • New York: Palgrave Macmillan [pb], 2002; 224pp [ISBN: 1840462418] *


  • Fleming, John. Stoppard's Theater: Finding Order Amid Chaos [Literary Modernism Series]

  • Austin: University of Texas Press, 2001; 344pp [ISBN: 0292725337]
  • Austin: University of Texas Press [pb], 2003; 343pp [ISBN: 0292725523] *

  • Kelly, Katherine E., ed. The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard

  • Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001; 264pp [ISBN: 0521641780] *
  • Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [pb], 2001; 260pp [ISBN: 0521645921] *


  • McCarthy, Shaun. Arcadia [Teach Yourself Advanced Literature Guides]

  • London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational [pb], 2001; 120pp [ISBN: 0340803029]


  • Hunter, Jim. Tom Stoppard [Faber Critical Guides]

  • London: Faber and Faber [pb], 2000; 146pp [ISBN: 0571197825] *


  • Gussow, Mel. Conversations with Stoppard

  • London: Nick Hern Books, 1995
  • New York: Limelight Editions, 1995; 146pp [ISBN: 0879101954]
  • New York: Grove Press [pb], 1996; 146pp [ISBN: 0802134688]


  • Delaney, Paul, ed. Tom Stoppard in Conversation

  • Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994; 304 pp [ISBN: 0472095617 (hc], 0472065610 (pb)] *


  • Jenkins, Anthony. The Theatre of Tom Stoppard

  • Cambridge / New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987; 189pp [ISBN: 0521332664]
  • Cambridge / New York: Cambridge University Press [2nd edition], 1989; 200pp [ISBN: 0521373913 (hc), 0521379741 (pb)] *

  • Other Book-Length Studies

    Note: These books are all out-of-print, but can be obtained through an interlibrary loan or many online book dealers.

    Andretta, Richard A. Tom Stoppard, An Analytical Study of His Plays
    New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications in association with Vikas Pub. House, 1992; 388pp [ISBN: 0706958276]

    Bareham, Tony, ed. Tom Stoppard: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Jumpers, Travesties: A Casebook [Casebook Series]
    London: Macmillan [pb], 1990; 220pp [ISBN: 0333423852]

    Bigsby, C. W. E. Tom Stoppard [Writers and Their Work] Ed. Ian Scott-Kilvert.
    Harlow [UK]: Longman Group (for the British Council), 1976; 32pp [ISBN: 0582012627]

    Billington, Michael. Stoppard, The Playwright [Modern Theatre Profiles]
    London / New York: Methuen, 1987 [ISBN: 0413458504 (hc), 0413458601 (pb)] 188pp

    Bloom, Harold, ed. Tom Stoppard [Modern Critical Views Series]
    New York: Chelsea House, 1986; 191pp [ISBN: 0877546711]
    New York: Chelsea House, 2000; 191pp [ISBN: 0877546711]

    Brassell, Tim. Tom Stoppard: An Assessment
    London: Macmillan, 1985
    New York: St. Martin's Press, 1985; 299pp [ISBN: 0312808887]
    New York: St. Martin's Press [pb], 1988; 307pp [ISBN: 0333440862]

    Bratt, David. Tom Stoppard: A Reference Guide
    Boston: G.K. Hall, 1982; 264pp [ISBN: 081618576X]

    Cahn, Victor L. Beyond Absurdity: The Plays of Tom Stoppard
    Rutherford NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1979; 169pp [ISBN: 0838623662]

    Calder, John, ed. Gambit: International Drama Review (Tom Stoppard Issue #37)
    Rizzoli Intnl. Pubs., 1982; 138pp [ISBN: 0714538302]

    Corballis, Richard. Stoppard: The Mystery and the Clockwork
    Oxford [UK]: Amber Lane Press / New York: Methuen, 1984; 204pp [ISBN: 0416010113 (hb), 0416009816 (pb)]

    Dean, Joan Fitzpatrick. Tom Stoppard: Comedy as a Moral Matrix [Literary Frontiers]
    Columbia: University of Missouri Press [pb], 1981; 109pp [ISBN: 0826203329]

    Delaney, Paul. Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Major Plays
    London: Macmillan / New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990; 202pp [ISBN: 0333489780]

    Gabbard, Lucina Paquet. The Stoppard Plays
    Troy, NY: Whitston Pub. Co., 1982; 172pp [ISBN: 0878752331]

    Gordon, Robert. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Jumpers, and The Real Thing [Text and Performance]
    London: Macmillan, 1991; 110pp [ISBN: 0333437772]

    Harty, John, III, ed. Tom Stoppard: A Casebook [Garland Reference Library of the Humanities]
    New York: Garland Pub., 1988; 394pp [ISBN: 0824090233]

    Hayman, Ronald. Tom Stoppard
    London: Heinemann / Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1977; 143pp [ISBN: 0874719933]
    Revised Third Edition
    London: Heinemann / Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1979; 160pp [ISBN: 084766225X]
    Revised Fourth Edition
    London / Exeter, NH: Heinemann (pb) 1982; 165pp [ISBN: 0435184199]

    Hu, Stephen. Tom Stoppard's Stagecraft [American University Series IV: English Language and Literature]
    New York: Peter Lang, 1989; 284pp [ISBN: 0820407097]

    Hunter, Jim. Tom Stoppard's Plays
    London: Faber and Faber, 1982; 258pp [ISBN: 0571119026 (hc), 0571119034 (pb)]
    New York: Grove Press (pb), 1982; 258pp [ISBN: 0394624149]

    Hurková, Klára. Mirror Images : a comparison of the early plays of Václav Havel and Tom Stoppard [Aachen British and American Studies]
    New York: Peter Lang (pb), 2000; 231pp [ISBN: 0820447897]

    Jenkins, Anthony, comp. Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard [Critical Essays on British Literature]
    Boston: G.K. Hall, 1990; 230pp [ISBN: 0816188548]

    Kelly, Katherine E. Tom Stoppard and the Craft of Comedy: Medium and Genre at Play [Theater: Theory/Text/Performance Series]
    Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1991; 176pp [ISBN: 0472101889]

    Londré, Felicia Hardison. Tom Stoppard [Modern Literature Series]
    New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1981; 180pp [ISBN: 0804425388]

    Page, Malcolm, comp. File on Stoppard [Writer Files]
    London / New York: Methuen [pb], 1986; 96pp [ISBN: 0413572803]

    Parry, P. H. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead [Longman Literature Guides]
    Harlow [UK]: Longman [pb], 1984; 64pp [ISBN: 0582792185]
    [as York Notes on Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead]
    Harlow [UK]: Longman [pb], 1991; 64 pp. [ISBN: 0582023033]

    Rusinko, Susan. Tom Stoppard [Twayne's English Author Series]
    Boston: Twayne Publishers [hc & pb], 1986; 164pp [ISBN: 0805769099 (hc)]

    Sales, Roger. Tom Stoppard: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead [Penguin Critical Studies]
    London / New York: Penguin, 1988; 176pp [ISBN: 0140771646]

    Sammells, Neil. Tom Stoppard, The Artist As Critic
    New York: St. Martin's / Houndmills: Macmillan, 1988; 162pp [ISBN: 0312005342]

    Tan, Peter K. W. A Stylistics of Drama: with special focus on Stoppard's Travesties
    Singapore: Singapore University Press [pb], 1993; 248pp [ISBN: 9971691825]

    Uttenthal, Benedikte. Tom Stoppard: Professional Foul [York Notes]
    Harlow [UK]: Longman [pb], 1984; 76pp [ISBN: 0582792665]

    Vickery, D. J. Stoppard: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead [Brodie's Notes]
    London: Pan [pb], 1980; 80pp [ISBN: 0330501658]

    Whitaker, Thomas R. Tom Stoppard [Modern Dramatists Series]
    New York: Grove Press, 1983; 177pp [ISBN: 0394535073 (hc), 0394624998 (pb)]
    London: Macmillan, 1983; 187pp [ISBN: 0333285026 (hc); 0333285034 (pb)]

    Zeid, Wagdi. Bond and Stoppard vs Shakespeare: The Anxiety of Influence Cairo[?]: General Egyptian Book Organization, 1990; 109pp

    Book Sections

    Bennison, Neil. "Accessing Character Through Conversation: Tom Stoppard's Professional Foul."
    Exploring the Language of Drama: From Text to Context. Eds. Jonathan Culpepper, Mick Short and Peter Verdonk. London/New York: Routledge, 1998. 67-82. [ISBN: 0415137942 (hc), 0415137950 (pb)] [an abridgement of "Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics and the Dramatic 'Character': Tom Stoppard's Professional Foul." originally published in Language and Literature 2.2 (1993): 79-99.]

    Berlin, Normand. "Death: Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead."
    The Secret Cause. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1981. 65-86. [reprinted as "Death in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: I" in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. 1990. 43-50.]

    Bigsby, C. W. E. "Moral Dilemmas."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 128-137. [excerpted from Tom Stoppard. London: Longman Group, 1979. 29-41.]

    Billington, Michael. "Lord Malquist and Mr Moon."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 35-43 [excerpted from Stoppard, the Playwright. London: Methuen, 1987. 38-48.]

    Billington, Michael. "Travesties."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 121-128 [excerpted from Stoppard, the Playwright. London: Methuen, 1987. 97-105.]

    Boireau, Nicole. "Tom Stoppard's Metadrama: The Haunting Repetition."
    Drama on Drama: Dimensions of Theatricality on the Contemporary British Stage. Ed. Nicole Boireau. New York: St. Martin's, 1997. 136-151. [ISBN: 033366972X].

    Brassell, Tim. "Ethics on the Wane."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 96-110. [excerpted from Tom Stoppard: An Assessment. London: Macmillan, 1985. 118-135.]

    Brater, Enoch. "Parody, Travesty and Politics in the Plays of Tom Stoppard."
    Essays on Contemporary British Drama. Eds. Hedwig Bock and Albert Wetheim. Munich: Hueber, 1981. 117-130.

    Brater, Enoch. "Stoppard's Brit/lit/crit."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 203-212.

    Brustein, Robert. "Waiting for Hamlet: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead."
    The Third Theatre. New York: Knopf, 1969. 149-153.

    Bull, John. "Tom Stoppard: Open to the Public."
    Stage Right: Crisis and Recovery in Contemporary British Mainstream Theater. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994. [ISBN: 0312120265 (hc), 031212029X (pb)] 192-206

    Bull, John. "Tom Stoppard and Politics."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 136-154.

    Burton, Antoinette. "India, Inc.? Nostalgia, Memory and the Empire of Things."
    British Culture and the End of Empire. Ed. Stuart Ward. Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press, 2002. 217-232. [ISBN: 0719060478 (hc), 0719060486 (pb)]

    Buse, Peter. "Hamlet Games — Stoppard with Lyotard."
    Drama + Theory: Critical Approaches to Modern British Drama. Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press, 2002. 50-68 [ISBN: 0719057221 (pb)]

    Cave, Richard Allen. "An Art of Literary Travesty: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Jumpers."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 62-73. [excerpted from New British Drama in Performance on the London Stage: 1970 to 1985. Richard Allen Cave. Gerrards Cross [UK]: Colin Smythe, 1987. 70-81.]

    Chetta, Peter N. "Multiplicities of Illusion in Tom Stoppard's Plays."
    Staging the Impossible: The Fantastic Mode in Modern Drama. Ed. Patrick D. Murphy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. [ISBN: 0313272700].

    Cohn, Ruby.
    Modern Shakespeare Offshoots. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1976. 211-218.

    Cohn, Ruby. "Tom Stoppard: Light Drama and Dirges in Marriage."
    Contemporary English Drama. Ed. C.W.E. Bigsby. New York: Holmes & Meier Publishers, 1981. London: Edward Arnold, 1981. 109-120.

    Coursen, H. R. "Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: The Film."
    Shakespeare: Text and Theater: Essays in Honor of Jay L. Halio. Eds. L. Potter and A. F. Kinney. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1999. 183-193.

    Colby, Douglas. "The Game of Coin Tossing: The Plays of Tom Stoppard."
    As the Curtain Rises: On Contemporary British Drama, 1966-1976. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1978. [ISBN: 0838621945]. 29-45. *

    Corballis, Richard. "Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land."
    Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House Publisher, 1986. 151-159. [excerpt from Stoppard: The Mystery and the Clockwork. Oxford: Amber Lane Press / New York: Methuen, 1984.]

    Corballis, Richard. "Tom Stoppard's Children."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 261-279.

    Corballis, Richard. "Wilde/Joyce/O'Brien/Stoppard: Modernism and Postmodernism in Travesties."
    Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference. Eds. Janet E. Dunleavy, Melvin J. Friedman and Michael Patrick Gillespie. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1991. 157-170. [ISBN: 0874134021].

    Corballis, Richard. "Tom Stoppard."
    British Playwrights, 1956-1995. Ed. William W. Demastes. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 362-381.

    Crump, G. B. "Art and Experience in Stoppard's The Real Thing."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 319-341.

    Davidson, Mary R. "Transcending Logic: Stoppard, Wittgenstein, and Aristophanes."
    Alogical Modern Drama. Ed. Kenneth S. White. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi, 1982. 39-60. [ISBN: 9062037844].

    Davis, Jessica Milner.
    Farce [The Critical Idiom, No. 39]. London: Methuen, 1988. 82-86.

    Dean, Joan F. "Unlikely Bedfellows: Politics and Aesthetics in Tom Stoppard's Recent Works."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 243-259.

    Delaney, Paul. "Exit Tomas Straussler, Enter Tom Stoppard."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 25-37.

    Doll, Mary A. "Stoppard's Theatre of Unknowing."
    British and Irish Drama Since 1960. Ed. James Acheson. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1993. 117-129. [ISBN: 0333532597].

    Durham, Weldon B. "The Structure and Function of Tom Stoppard's Travesties."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 195-209.

    Dutton, Richard.
    Modern Tragicomedy and the British Tradition. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press [pb], 1986. [ISBN: 0806120258].

    Edwards, Paul. "Science in Hapgood and Arcadia."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 171-184.

    Eldridge, Michael. "Drama as Philosophy: Professional Foul Breaks the Rules."
    Drama and Philosophy. Ed. James Redmond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. 199-208.

    Feeney, Joseph J. "Fantasy in Structure: Layered Metaphor in Stoppard."
    Forms of the Fantastic. Eds. Jan Hokenson and Howard D. Pearce. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1986. [ISBN: 0313250359].

    Foulkes, Richard. "Tom Stoppard."
    British and Irish Dramatists Since World War II Ed. John Bull. Detroit: Gale Research, 2001. 274-289.

    Gaskell, Philip. "Stoppard, Travesties, 1974"
    From Writer to Reader: Studies in Editorial Method. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1978. 245-62.

    Gaskell, Philip. "Night and Day: The Development of a Play Text."
    Textual Criticism and Literary Interpretation. Ed. Jerome J. McGann. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985. 162-179.

    Guralnick, Elissa S. "The Imperfect Eye: Tom Stoppard's Artist Descending a Staircase." [revision of an article that originally appeared in PMLA 105.2, (1990)]
    Sight Unseen: Beckett, Pinter, Stoppard, and Other Contemporary Dramatists on Radio. Athens, OH: University Press, 1996. [ISBN: 0821411284] 29-52. *

    Guralnick, Elissa S. "Stoppard's Radio and Television Plays."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 68-83.

    Harty, John. "Stoppard's Lord Malquist & Mr Moon: The Beginning."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 1-19.

    Hayman, Ronald. "Lord Malquist and Mr Moon."
    Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 25-30. [excerpt from Tom Stoppard Fourth Edition. Ronald Hayman. London: Heinemann, 1982.

    Heuvel, Michael Vanden. "'Is Postmodernism?': Stoppard Among/Against the Postmoderns."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 213-228.

    Hodgson, Terry. "Freedom, Play and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern."
    Modern Drama from Ibsen to Fugard. Terry Hodgson. London: Batsford, 1992. 182-192.

    Homan, Sidney.
    The Audience as Actor and Character: The Modern Theater of Beckett, Brecht, Genet, Ionesco, Pinter, Stoppard, and Williams Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 1989.

    Hunter, Jim. "Night and Day."
    Tom Stoppard. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1986. 119-126. [excerpt from Tom Stoppard's Plays. Jim Hunter. London: Faber and Faber, 1982.]

    Hunter, Jim. "Talking."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 203-215. [excerpt from Tom Stoppard's Plays. Jim Hunter. London: Faber and Faber, 1982. 98-114.]

    Huston, J. Dennis. "'Misreading' Hamlet: Problems of Perspective in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 47-66.

    Innes, Christopher. "Tom Stoppard: Theatricality and the Comedy of Ideas."
    Modern British Drama 1890-1990. Christopher Innes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 325-348. [ISBN: 0521305365 (hc), 0521315557 (pb)] [updated as Modern British Drama: The Twentieth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 393-426.]

    Jenkins, Anthony. "Death in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: II."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 50-62. [excerpt from The Theatre of Tom Stoppard. Anthony Jenkins. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. 38-49.]

    Jenkins, Anthony. "Moles and Molecules: Tom Stoppard's Hapgood."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 164-174. [excerpt from The Theatre of Tom Stoppard, 2nd ed. Anthony Jenkins. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. 183-192.]

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Breaking the Stalemate: The Stoppard Comedies Since Travesties."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 225-242.

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Tom Stoppard's Dramatic Debates: The Case of Night and Day."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 281-298.

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Staging Repetition: Parody in Postmodern British and American Theater."
    Repetition in Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Volume I. Ed. Barbara Johnstone. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1994. [ISBN: 089391830X (hc), 0893919314 (pb)].

    Kerensky, Oleg.
    The New British Drama London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977. 145-171.

    King, Kimball. "Tom Stoppard."
    Twenty Modern British Playwrights: A Bibliography, 1956 to 1976. [Garland Reference Library of the Humanities]. New York: Garland, 1977. 217-230.

    Lee, Josephine. "In the Native State and Indian Ink."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 38-52.

    Levenson, Jill L. "Hamlet Andante / Hamlet Allegro: Tom Stoppard's Two Versions."
    Shakespeare Survey. Ed. Stanley Wells. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

    Levenson, Jill L.. "Stoppard's Shakespeare: Textual Re-visions."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 154-170.

    Londré, Felicia Hardison. "From Zurich to Brazil with Tom Stoppard."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 343-363. [reprinted in Modern Dramatists: A Casebook of the Major British and American Playwrights Ed. Kimball King. New York: Routledge, 2001. 311-324.

    Mason, Jeffrey D. "Foot-prints to the Moon: Detectives as Suspects in Hound and Magritte."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 105-119.

    Nadel, Ira B. "Stoppard and Film."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 84-102.

    Nightingale, Benedict.
    An Introduction to Fifty Modern British Plays. London: Pan, 1982. 405-422.

    Rabinowitz, Peter J. "'What's Hecuba to Us?' The Audience's Experience of Literary Borrowing."
    The Reader in the Text: Essays on Audience and Interpretation. Eds. Susan R. Suleiman and Inge Crosman. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980. [ISBN: 0691100969] 241-263.

    Rabinowitz, Peter J. "Narrative Difficulties in Lord Malquist and Mr Moon."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 55-67.

    Rayner, Alice.
    Comic Persuasion: Moral Structure in British Comedy from Shakespeare to Stoppard. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987. [ISBN: 0520059174].

    Richardson, Brian. "Plotting Against Probability: Tom Stoppard, Bharati Mukherjee, Angela Carter, and the Structure of Coincidence in Postmodern Narrative."
    Unlikely Stories: Causality, Ideology, and Interpretation in Modern Narrative. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1997. 157-181. [ISBN: 0874136091]

    Robinson, Gabrielle. "Leapfrog and Ambush in Stoppard."
    Forms of the Fantastic. Eds. Jan Hokenson and Howard D. Pearce. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1986. 241-250. [ISBN: 0313250359]

    Robinson, Gabrielle. "The Stereotype Betrayed: Tom Stoppard's Farce."
    Themes in Drama 10: Farce. Ed. James Redmond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. 237-250.

    Rodway, Allan. "Stoppard's Comic Philosophy."
    English Comedy: Its Role and Nature from Chaucer to the Present Day. University of California Press, 1975.[reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 7-14.]

    Salter, Charles H. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead."
    Insight IV: Analyses of Modern British and American Drama. Ed. Hermann J. Weiand. Frankfurt: Hirschgraben, 1975. 144-150.

    Sammells, Neil. "A Politics of Disengagement."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 137-147. [excerpted from Tom Stoppard: The Artist as Critic. London: Macmillan, 1988. 132-142.]

    Sammells, Neil. "The Early Stage Plays."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. [ISBN: 0521641780] 104-119.

    Schippers, J. G. "Stoppard's Nestroy, Schnitzler's Stoppard; Or, Humpty Dumpty im Wiener Wald."
    Linguistics and the Study of Literature. Ed. Theo D'haen. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi, 1986. [ISBN: 9062037178]

    Schlueter, June. "Stoppard's Moon and Birdboot, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern."
    Metafictional Characters in Modern Drama. New York: Columbia University Press, 1979. 89-103. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 75-86.]

    Schlueter, June.
    Dramatic Closure: Reading the End. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1995. [ISBN: 0838635830] *

    Schwanitz, Dietrich. "The Method of Madness: Tom Stoppard's Theatrum Logico-Philosophicum."
    Essays on Contemporary British Drama. Eds. Hedwig Bock and Albert Wetheim. Munich: Hueber, 1981. 131-154.

    Schwarz, Alfred.
    From Büchner to Beckett. Athens OH: Ohio University Press, 1978. 325-332.

    Shultz, Shirley and Russell Astley. "Travesties: Plot and the Moral Tilt."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 211-224.

    Simard, Rodney.
    Postmodern Drama: Contemporary Playwrights in American and Britain. Washington: American Theatre Assn.-UPA, 1984. 49-74.

    Simard, Rodney. "Seriousness Compromised by Frivolity: Structure and Meaning in Tom Stoppard's Travesties."
    Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. Ed. John Harty, III. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988. 173-194.

    Sinfield, Alan. "Making Space: Appropriation and Confrontation in Recent British Plays."
    The Shakespeare Myth. Ed. Graham Holderness. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1988. 128-144. [ISBN: 0719014883]

    Stern, Guy. "From Austria to America via London: Tom Stoppard's Adaptations of Nestroy and Schnitzler."
    The Fortunes of German Writers in America: Studies in Literary Reception. Eds. Wolfgang D. Elfe, James N. Hardin and Günther J. Holst. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1992. [ISBN: 0872497860]

    Taylor, John Russell.
    The Second Wave: British Drama for the Seventies New York: Hill & Wang, 1971. London: Methuen, 1971. 94-107.

    Thompson, Doreen. "Stoppard's Idea of Woman: 'Good, Bad, or Indifferent?'"
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 194-203.

    Tynan, Kenneth. "Withdrawing With Style from the Chaos."
    Show People: Profiles in Entertainment. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979. 44-123.
    Originally published as "Profiles: Tom Stoppard" in The New Yorker, 19 Dec. 1977: 41-111.

    Watson, Wallace Steadman. "Rewriting Nabokov: The Stoppard / Fassbinder Despair."
    Understanding Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Film as Private and Public Art. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1996. [ISBN: 1570030790] *

    Whitaker, Thomas R.
    Fields of Play in Modern Drama. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1977. 9-34.

    Whitaker, Thomas R. "Language, Lunacy and Light."
    Tom Stoppard. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1986. 127-137. [excerpted from Tom Stoppard. Thomas R. Whitaker. London: Macmillan, 1983.]

    Whitaker, Thomas R. "Logics of the Absurd."
    Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 110-120. [excerpted from Tom Stoppard. Thomas R. Whitaker. London: Macmillan, 1983. 68-84.]

    Whitaker, Thomas R. "The Music of Serious Farce: Wilde, Shaw, Orton and Stoppard."
    Mirrors of Our Playing: Paradigms and Presences in Modern Drama. Thomas R. Whitaker. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999. 41-64. [ISBN: 047211025X]

    Wright, Anne. "Tom Stoppard."
    British Dramatists Since World War II. Ed. Stanley Weintraub. Detroit: Gale, 1982. 482-500.

    Zarhy-Levo, Yael. The Theatrical Critic as Cultural Agent: Constructing Pinter, Orton and Stoppard as Absurdist Playwrights. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. [ISBN: 0820444790]

    Zeifman, Hersh. "A Trick of the Light: Tom Stoppard's Hapgood and Postabsurdist Theater."
    Around the Absurd: Essays on Modern and Postmodern Drama. Eds. Enoch Brater and Ruby Cohn. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1990. [ISBN: 0472102052] / Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press [pb], 1992. [ISBN 0472081934]

    Zeifman, Hersh. "Comedy of Ambush: Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing." (originally in Modern Drama 26, 1983)
    Contemporary British Drama, 1970-90. Eds. Hersh Zeifman and Cynthia Zimmerman. Toronto: University of Toronto Press [pb], 1993. 217-231. [ISBN: 0802074537]

    Zeifman, Hersh. "The Comedy of Eros: Stoppard in Love."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 185-202. [ISBN: 0521641780]

    Zinman, Toby. "Travesties, Night and Day, The Real Thing."
    The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard. Ed. Katherine E. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 120-135. [ISBN: 0521641780]

    Various Authors.
    Contemporary Authors, Volumes 81-84 (Frances Carol Lochner, editor) Detroit: Gale Research, 1979

    Various Authors.
    Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series, Volume 39 (Susan M. Trosky, editor) Detroit: Gale Research, 1992 [ISBN: 0810319934]

    Various Authors.
    Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 29 (Jean C. Stine and Daniel G. Marowski, editors) Detroit: Gale Research, 1984

    Various Authors.
    Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 34 (Sharon K. Hall, editor) Detroit: Gale Research, 1985
    Includes excerpts of writings about "The Real Thing"

    Various Authors.
    Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 63 (Roger Matuz, editor) Detroit: Gale Research, 1991
    Includes excerpts of writings about "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead"

    Critiques in Scholarly Journals

    Abbotson, Susan C. W. "Stoppard's (Re)vision of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: A Lesson in Moral Responsibility." English Studies 79.2 (Mar. 1998): 171-183.

    Alwes, Derek B. "'Oh, Phooey to Death!': Boethian Consolation in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia." Papers on Language & Literature 36.4 (Fall 2000): 392-404.

    Arndt, Susanne. "'We're All Free To Do as We're Told': Gender and Ideology in Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing." Modern Drama 40.4 (Winter 1997): 489-501.

    Astington, John H. "The Clever Dog and the Problematic Hare." Modern Drama 36.4 (Dec. 1993): 578-581.

    Babula, William. "The Play-Life Metaphor in Shakespeare and Stoppard." Modern Drama 15.3 (Dec. 1972): 279-281.

    Bailey, John A. "Jumpers: The Ironist as Theistic Apologist." Michigan Academician 11.3 (Winter 1979): 237-250. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 31-43.]

    Barker, Roberta. "The Circle Game: Gender, Time, and 'Revolution' in Tom Stoppard's The Coast of Utopia." Modern Drama 48.4 (Winter 2005): 706-725.

    Barry, Norman. "Freedom and Morality in the Plays of Tom Stoppard." Ideas on Liberty 49.8 (Aug. 1999): 16-19.

    Beardsley, Tim. "Sex and Complexity." (review of Arcadia) Scientific American 277.1 (July 1997): 98.

    Bennett, Jonathan. "Philosophy and Mr. Stoppard." Philosophy 50.191 (Jan. 1975): 5-18. [reprinted in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. 1990. 73-87.]

    Bennison, Neil. "Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics and the Dramatic 'Character': Tom Stoppard's Professional Foul." Language and Literature: Journal of the Poetics and Linguistics Association 2.2 (1993): 79-99. [an abridgement was reprinted in Exploring the Language of Drama: From Text to Context. Eds. Jonathan Culpepper, Mick Short and Peter Verdonk. London/New York: Routledge, 1998. 67-82.]

    Berlin, Normand. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: Theatre of Criticism." Modern Drama 16.3-4 (Dec. 1973): 269-277.

    Billman, Carol. "The Art of History in Tom Stoppard's Travesties." Kansas Quarterly 12 (1980): 47-52.

    Boireau, Nicole. "Marginalising the Centre: The Case of Tom Stoppard." Contemporary Drama in English 2 (1994): 99-108.

    Blumenfeld, Yorick. "The Dramatic Relationship Between Soccer and Freedom." Horizon 21 (Apr. 1978): 90-92

    Brassell, Tom. "Jumpers: A Happy Marriage?" Gambit 10.37 (Summer 1981); 42-59

    Brouwer, W. "The Image of the Physicist in Modern Drama." (Part 2) American Journal of Physics 62.3 (Mar. 1994): 234-240.

    Buhr, Richard J. "Epistemology and Ethics in Tom Stoppard's Professional Foul." Comparative Drama 13.4. (Winter 1979/80): 320-329.

    Buhr, Richard J. "The Philosophy Game in Tom's Stoppard's Professional Foul." The Midwest Quarterly 22 (Summer 1981): 407-415.

    Bull, John. "From Illyria to Arcadia: Uses of Pastoral in Modern English Theater." Triquarterly 116 (Summer 2003): 57-72.

    Callen, Anthony. "Stoppard’s Godot." New Theatre Magazine 10 (1969): 22-30.

    Camroux, David. "Tom Stoppard: The Last of the Metaphysical Egocentrics." Caliban 15 (1978): 79-94.

    Carlson, Marvin. "Is There a Real Inspector Hound? Mousetraps, Deathtraps, and the Disappearing Detective." Modern Drama 36.3 (Sep. 1993): 431-442.

    Carpenter, Charles A. (compiler) "Bond, Shaffer, Stoppard, Storey: An International Checklist of Commentary." Modern Drama 24.4 (1981): 546-556.

    Carroll, Peter. "They Have Their Entrances and Their Exits." Teaching of English 20 (1971): 50-60.

    Chung, Moonyoung. "Stage as Hyperspace: Theatricality of Stoppard." Modern Drama 48.4 (Winter 2005): 689-705.

    Cobley, Evelyn. "Catastrophe Theory in Tom Stoppard's Professional Foul." Contemporary Literature 25.1 (Spring 1984): 53-65.

    Cooke, John William. "The Optical Allusion: Perception and Form in Stoppard's Travesties." Modern Drama 24.4 (Dec. 1981): 525-539. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 87-100.]

    Corballis, Richard. "Extending the Audience: The Structure of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 11.2 (Apr. 1980): 65-79.

    Crossley, Brian M. "An Investigation of Stoppard's 'Hound' and 'Foot'." Modern Drama 20 (Mar. 1977): 77-86. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 15-24.]

    Crump, G.B. "The Universe as Murder Mystery: Tom Stoppard's Jumpers." Contemporary Literature 20.3 (Summer 1979): 354-386. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 45-57; also reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988]

    Darling, Robert. "Tom Stoppard: Deconstruction and the Question of Value." Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers 11 (Autumn 1989): 69-81.

    Davidson, Mary R. "Historical Homonyms: A New Way of Naming in Tom Stoppard's Jumpers." Modern Drama 22 (1979): 305-313.

    Davis, Todd F. and Kenneth Womack "Reading (and Writing) the Ethics of Authorship: Shakespeare in Love as Postmodern Metanarrative." Literature Film Quarterly 32. 2 (2004); 153-162.

    Delaney, Paul. "The Flesh and the Word in Jumpers." Modern Language Quarterly 42 (Dec. 1981): 369-388. [revised in Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Major Plays. Paul Delaney. London: Macmillan, 1990: 36-57.]

    Delaney, Paul, Guralnick, Elissa S. "Structure and Anarchy in Tom Stoppard." PMLA 106:5 (Oct. 1991): 1170-1172.

    Delaney, Paul. "Cricket Bats and Commitment: The Real Thing in Art and Life." Critical Quarterly 27.1 (Spring 1985): 45-60. [reprinted, with slight alterations in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. 1990. 147-164; a third version appears as "'Not of the Flesh but Through the Flesh': Knowing and Being Known in The Real Thing" in Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Major Plays. Paul Delaney. London: Macmillan, 1990: 105-124]

    Demastes, William. "Re-Inspecting the Crack in the Chimney: Chaos Theory from Ibsen to Stoppard." New Theatre Quarterly 10.39 (Aug. 1994): 242-254.

    Diamond, Elin. "Stoppard's Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth: The Uses of Shakespeare." Modern Drama 29.4 (Dec. 1986): 593-600.

    Donaldson, Ian. "The Ledger of the Lost-and-Stolen-Office: Parody in Dramatic Comedy." Southern Review 13.1 (Mar, 1980): 41-52.

    Dobrin, David N. "Stoppard's Travesties." Explicator 40.1 (Fall 1981).

    Draudt, Manfred. "'Two Sides of the Same Coin, or The Same of Two Coins': An Analysis of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." English Studies 62.4 (Aug. 1981): 348-357.

    Duncan, Joseph E. "Godot Comes: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Ariel 12.4 (Oct. 1981): 57-70.

    Durham, Weldon B. "Ritual of Riddance in Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound." Southern Theatre 23 (1980). [reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988]

    Durham, Weldon B. "Symbolic Action in Tom Stoppard's Jumpers." Theatre Journal 32 (May 1980): 169-179.

    Egan, Robert. "A Thin Beam of Light: The Purpose of Playing in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Theatre Journal 31 (Mar. 1979): 59-69.

    Elam, Kier. "After Magritte, after Carroll, after Wittgenstein: What Tom Stoppard's Tortoise Taught Us." Modern Drama 27.4 (Dec. 1984): 469-485. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 161-173; also reprinted in Contemporary British Drama, 1970-90. Eds. Hersh Zeifman and Cynthia Zimmerman. Toronto: University of Toronto Press [pb], 1993.]

    Er, Zekiye. "Tom Stoppard, New Historicism, and Estrangement in Travesties." New Theatre Quarterly 21.3 (Aug. 2005): 230-240.

    Farish, Gillian. "Into the Looking-Glass Bowl: An Instant of Grateful Terror." University of Windsor Review 10.2 (1975): 14-29.

    Freeman, John. "Holding up the Mirror to Mind's Nature: Reading Rosencrantz 'Beyond Absurdity'." Modern Language Review 91.I (Jan. 1996): 20-39.

    Gabbard, Lucina P. "Stoppard's Jumpers: A Mystery Play." Modern Drama 20 (Mar. 1977): 87-95. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988].

    Gabbard, Lucina P. "The Roots of Uncertainty in Pinter and Stoppard." Forum 16.3 (Summer/Autumn 1978): 53-60.

    Gianakaris, C. J. "Absurdism Altered: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Drama Survey 7 (1968-69): 52-58.

    Gianakaris, C. J. "Tom Stoppard: Master Game Player: Travesties and After." Perspectives: Twentieth-Century Literature 6 (1980): 11-19.

    Gianakaris, C. J. "The Evolution of Tom Stoppard's Comedy." Indiana Theatre Bulletin 4 (1983): 3-6.

    Gianakaris, C. J. "Stoppard's Adaptations of Shakespeare: Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth." Comparative Drama 18.3 (Fall 1984): 222-240.

    Gitzen, Julian. "Tom Stoppard: Chaos in Perspective." Southern Humanities Review 10 (Spring 1976): 143-152.

    Gold, Margaret. "Who Are the Dadas of Travesties?." Modern Drama 21 (Mar. 1978): 59-66.

    Graham, Peter W. "Et in Arcadia Nos." Nineteenth Century Contexts 18 (1995): 311-19.

    Gruber, William E. "'Wheels Within Wheels, etcetera': Artistic Design in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Comparative Drama 15.4 (Winter 1981-82): 291-310. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 101-117; also reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988]

    Guaspari, David. "Stoppard's Arcadia." Antioch Review 54.2 (Spring 1996).

    Guralnick, Elissa S. "Artist Descending a Staircase: Stoppard Captures the Radio Station - and Duchamp." PMLA 105.2 (Mar 1990): 286-300.

    Hark, Ina Rae. "Finding Somewhere to Stand: Tom Stoppard and the Rules of the Play." Review 15 (1993): 93-101.

    Harris, Wendell V. "Stoppard's After Magritte." Explicator 34 (1976): 40.

    Harty, John. "Stoppard's Lord Malquist & Mr Moon." Explicator 43.2 (Winter 1985): 59-60.

    Hinden, Michael. "After Beckett: The Plays of Pinter, Stoppard, and Shepard." Contemporary Literature 27.3 (Fall 1986): 400-408.

    Hinden, Michael. "Jumpers: Stoppard and the Theater of Exhaustion." Twentieth Century Literature 27.1 (Spring 1981): 1-15.

    Holubetz, Margarete. "A Mocking of Theatrical Conventions: The Fake Death Scenes in The White Devil and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." English Studies 63 (1982): 426-429.

    Hotchkiss, Lia M. "The Cinematic Appropriation of Theater: Introjection and Incorporation in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern." Quarterly Review of Film & Video 17.2 (June 2000): 161-186.

    Howarth, William D. "From Satire to Comedy of Ideas: The Examples of Anouilh and Stoppard." Franco-British Studies, Journal of the British Institute in Paris 3 (Spring 1987).

    Hu, Stephen. "Political Aesthetics and Every Good Boy Deserves Favour." Theatre Annual: A Journal of Performance Studies 42 (1987).

    Hunt, John Dixon. "A Breakthrough in Dahlia Studies: On Arcadia by Tom Stoppard." Landscape Journal XV.1 (1996): 58-64.

    Hunt, John Dixon. "The Immediate Garden and the Larger Landscape." Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes 19.1 (Jan./Mar. 1999): 3-6.

    Hynes, Joseph. "Tom Stoppard's Lighted Match." Virginia Quarterly Review 71.4 (Autumn 1995): 642-655.

    Innes, Christopher. "Hapgood - a Question of Gamesmanship?." Modern Drama 32 (1989): 315-317.

    Innes, Christopher. "Allegories from the Past: Stoppard's Uses of History." Modern Drama 49.2 (Summer 2006)' 223-237.

    Jensen, Henning. "Jonathan Bennett and Mr Stoppard." Philosophy 52 (Apr. 1977): 214-217.

    Jernigan, Daniel: "Tom Stoppard and 'Postmodern Science': Normalizing Radical Epistemologies in Hapgood and Arcadia." Comparative Drama 37.1 (Spring 2003): 3-35.

    Kahn, Coppelia. "Travesties and the Importance of Being Stoppard." New York Literary Forum 1 (1978): 187-197.

    Kaplan, Laurie: "In the Native State/Indian Ink: Footnoting the Footnotes on Empire." Modern Drama 41.3 (Fall 1998): 337-346.

    Karwowski, Michael "All Right: An Assessment of Tom Stoppard's Plays." Contemporary Review 282.1646 (Mar. 2003): 161-166.

    Karwowski, Michael "Dramatic Revelations: The Science of Art." Contemporary Review 286.1670 (Mar. 2005): 163-169.

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Tom Stoppard's Artist Descending a Staircase: Outdoing the 'Dada' Duchamp." Comparative Drama 20.3 (Fall 1986): 191-200.

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Tom Stoppard Radioactive: A Sounding of the Radio Plays." Modern Drama 32.3 (Sep. 1989): 440-452.

    Kelly, Katherine E. "Tom Stoppard Journalist: Through the Stage Door." Modern Drama 33.3 (Sep. 1990): 380-393.

    Kelly, Katherine E, Elissa S. Guralnick, and Paul Delaney. "Tom Stoppard: Craft and Craftiness — Comment/Reply." PMLA 107.2 (Mar. 1992): 354-355.

    Kennedy, Andrew. "Old and New in London Now." Modern Drama 11 (1969): 437-446.

    Kennedy, Andrew. "Natural, Mannered, and Parodic Dialogue." Yearbook of English Studies 9 (1979): 28-54.

    Kennedy, Andrew. "Tom Stoppard's Dissident Comedies." Modern Drama 25 (Dec. 1982): 469-476.

    Keyssar-Franke, Helene. "The Strategy of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Educational Theatre Journal 27 (Mar. 1975): 85-97.

    Kramer, Jeffrey and Prapassaree Kramer. "Stoppard's Arcadia: Research, Time, Loss." Modern Drama 40.1 (Spring 1997): 1-10.

    Kreps, Barbara. "How Do We Know That We Know What We Know in Tom Stoppard's Jumpers?." Twentieth Century Literature 32.2 (Summer 1986): 187-208.

    Kruse., Axel. "Tragicomedy and Tragic Burlesque: Waiting for Godot and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Sydney Studies in English 1 (1975-1976): 76-96.

    Lacombe, Michael A. "The Play's the Thing." (focuses on Professional Foul) American Journal of Medicine 95.5 (Nov. 1993): 542-543.

    Lee, R. H. "The Circle and Its Tangent." Theoria 33 (Oct. 1969): 37-43.

    Lenoff, Leslee. "Life Within Limits: Stoppard on the HMS Hamlet." Arizona Quarterly 38.1 (Spring 1982): 44-61.

    Leonard, Virginia E. "Tom Stoppard's Jumpers: The Separation from Reality." Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers 2.1 (1975): 45-56.

    Levenson, Jill L. "Views from a Revolving Door: Tom Stoppard's Canon to Date." Queen's Quarterly 78 (Autumn 1971): 431-442.

    Levenson, Jill L. "Hamlet Andante / Hamlet Allegro: Tom Stoppard's Two Versions." Shakespeare Survey 36 (1983): 21-28.

    Levy, B. S. "Serious Propositions Compromised by Frivolity." Critical Quarterly 22.3 (Autumn 1980): 79-85.

    Londré, Felicia Hardison. "Using Comic Devices to Answer the Ultimate Question: Tom Stoppard's Jumpers and Woody Allen's God." Comparative Drama 14 (Winter 1980-81): 346-354./P>

    MacKenzie, Ian. "Tom Stoppard: The Monological Imagination." Modern Drama 32.4 (Dec. 1989): 574-586./P>

    McElroy, Bernard. "Odd Couple: Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival." Shakespeare Quarterly 40.1 (Spring 1989): 94-96./P>

    McKinney, Ronald H. "Comedy, Chaos, and Casuistry." Philosophy Today 47.4 (Jan. 2003); 392-403.

    McMillan, Dougald. "Dropping the Other Boot." Gambit 10.37 (Summer 1981): 61-76.

    Meyer, Kinereth. "'It Is Written': Tom Stoppard and the Drama of the Intertext." Comparative Drama 23.2 (Summer 1989): 105-122.

    Melbourne, Lucy. "'Plotting the Apple of Knowledge': Tom Stoppard's Arcadia as Iterated Theatrical Algorithm." Modern Drama 41.4 (Winter 1998): 557-572./P>

    Miner, Michael D. "Grotesque Drama in the '70s." Kansas Quarterly 12 (1980): 99-109.

    Morris, Paul. "The Human Side of Science: Using Plays in Physics Courses". Journal of College Science Teaching 33.1 (Sep./Oct. 2003): 22-25./P>

    Morwood, James. "Jumpers Revisited." Agenda 19.4 (Winter/Spring 1981): 135-141.

    Müller-Muth, Anja. "Re-Presenting Representations: The Landscape Garden as a Sight/Site of Difference in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia." Word & Image 15.1 (Mar. 1999): 97-106.

    Nadel, Ira B. "Tom Stoppard and the Invention of Biography." Modern Drama 43.2 (Summer 2000): 157-170.

    Nadel, Ira B. "Tom Stoppard: In the Russian Court." Modern Drama 47.3 (Oct. 2004): 500-524.

    Nassaar, Christopher S. "Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest and Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Explicator 58.2 (Winter 2000): 91-92.

    Nitzsche, J. C. "McLuhan's Message and Stoppard's Medium in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Dutch Quarterly Review 10 (1980): 32-40.

    Orlich, Ileana Alexandra. "Tom Stoppard's Travesties and the Politics of Earnestness." East European Quarterly 38.3 (Oct. 2004); 371-382.

    Pearce, Howard D. "Stage as Mirror: Tom Stoppard's Travesties." Modern Language Notes 94 (Dec. 1979): 1139-1158. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 59-73.]

    Perlette, John M. "Theatre at the Limit: Rosencrantz and Guildernstern Are Dead." Modern Drama 28.4 (Dec. 1985): 659-669.

    Perrett, Roy. "Philosophy as Farce, or Farce as Philosophy." Philosophy 59 (Oct. 1984): 373-381. [reprinted in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. 1990. 87-96.]

    Peterson, Ivar. "Drama in Numbers." Science News, 21 Dec. 2002; 392-393.

    Reitz, Bernhard. "Beyond Newton's Universe: Science and Art in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia." Contemporary Drama in English 3 (1995): 165-177.

    Roberts, Philip. "Tom Stoppard: Serious Artist or Siren?." Critical Quarterly 20.3 (Autumn 1978): 84-92.

    Robinson, Gabrielle Scott. "Plays Without Plots: The Theatre of Tom Stoppard." Educational Theatre Journal 29 (Mar. 1977): 37-48. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988].

    Robinson, Gabrielle Scott. "Nothing Left But Parody: Friedrich Dürrenmatt and Tom Stoppard." Theatre Journal 32 (Mar. 1980): 85-94. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988].

    Rod, David K. "Carr's Views on Art and Politics in Tom Stoppard's Travesties." Modern Drama 26.4 (Dec. 1983): 536-542.

    Ronnick, Michelle Valerie. "Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, Hermes' Tortoise and Apollo's Lyre." Classical and Modern Literature 16.2 (Winter 1996): 177-182.

    Rosenwald, Peter J. "The Meaning of Nonsense." Horizons 22 (Nov. 1979): 38-43.

    Rothstein, Bobbi. "The Reappearance of Public Man: Stoppard's Jumpers and Professional Foul." Kansas Quarterly 12.4 (1980): 35-44.

    Rusinko, Susan. "The Last Romantic: Henry Boot, Alias Tom Stoppard." World Literature Today 59.1 (Winter 1985).

    Ruskin, Phyllis and John H. Lutterbie. "Balancing the Equation." Modern Drama 26.4 (Dec. 1983): 543-554.

    Ryan, Carrie. "Translating The Invention of Love: The Journey From Page to Stage For Tom Stoppard's Latest Play." Journal of Modern Literature 24.2 (Winter 2000/01): 197-204.

    Salmon, Eric. "Faith in Tom Stoppard." Queen's Quarterly 86 (Summer 1979): 215-232.

    Salzman, Arthur M. "Tom Stoppard Joins the Fray." Theatre Annual 26 (1981): 68-80.

    Sammells, Neil. "Earning Liberties: Travesties and The Importance of Being Earnest." Modern Drama 29.3 (Sep. 1986): 376-387.

    Sammells, Neil. "Giggling at the Arts: Tom Stoppard and James Saunders." Critical Quarterly 28.4 (Winter 1986): 71-78.

    Schmitt, Natalie Crohn. "Window/Picture: L'assassin menace and Artist Descending a Staircase." Twentieth Century Literature 45:3 (Fall 1999): 385-400.

    Schwartzman, Myron. "Wilde About Joyce? Da! But My Art Belongs to Dada!" James Joyce Quarterly 13 (1974): 122-123.

    Scolnicov, Hanna. "'Before' and 'After' in Stoppard's Arcadia." Modern Drama 47.3 (Oct. 2004); 480-499.

    Shiner, Roger A. "Showing, Saying and Jumping." Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 21.4 (Dec. 1982): 625-646.

    Simard, Rodney. "The Logic of Unicorns: Beyond Absurdism in Stoppard." Arizona Quarterly 38.1 (Spring 1982): 37-44.

    Simons, Judy. "Night and Day." Gambit 10.37 (Summer 1981): 77-86.

    Stern, Guy. "Romantic vs. Postmodern Reality: An Examination of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia." Contemporary Drama in English 3 (1995): 155-164.

    Sternlieb, Lisa and Nancy Selleck. "'What Is Carnal Embrace?' Learning to Converse in Stoppard's Arcadia." Modern Drama 46.3 (Oct. 2003); 482-502.

    Tandello, Emmanuela. "Characters with(out) a Text: Script as Destiny in Stoppard and Pirandello." The Yearbook of the Society for Pirandello Studies 13 (1993): 35-45.

    Thomson, Leslie. "'The Curve Itself' in Jumpers." Modern Drama 33.4 (Dec. 1990): 470-485.

    Thomson, Leslie. "The Subtext of The Real Thing: It's 'All Right'." Modern Drama 30.4 (Dec. 1987): 535-548.

    Treglown, Jeremy. "Shakespeare's Macbeths: Davenant, Verdi, Stoppard and the Question of Theatrical Text." English 29 (1980): 95-113.

    Varey, Simon. "Nobody Special: On Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Dutch Quarterly Review 10 (1980): 20-31.

    Vees-Gulani, Susanne. "Hidden Order in the 'Stoppard Set': Chaos Theory in the Content and Structure of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia." Modern Drama 42.3 (Fall 1999): 411-426.

    Werner, Craig. "Stoppard's Critical Travesty, or, Who Vindicates Whom and Why." Arizona Quarterly 35 (Autumn 1979): 228-236.

    Wheeler, Elizabeth. "Light It Up and Move It Around: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 16.1 (Dec. 1991): 5.

    Wilcher, Robert. "The Museum of Tragedy: Endgame and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Journal of Beckett Studies 4 (1979): 43-54.

    Wilcher, Robert. "Tom Stoppard and the Art of Communication." Journal of Beckett Studies 8 (Autumn 1982): 105-123. [Online reprint].

    Zeifman, Hersh. "Tomfoolery: Stoppard's Theatrical Puns." Yearbook of English Studies 9 (1979): 204-220. [reprinted in Modern British Dramatists: New Perspectives. Ed. John Russell Brown. Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1984. 85-108; also reprinted in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. Ed. Anthony Jenkins. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990. 175-193.]

    Zeifman, Hersh. "Comedy of Ambush: Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing." Modern Drama 26.2 (June 1983): 139-148. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard Ed. Harold Bloom. 1986. 139-150; revised for reprinting in Tom Stoppard: A Casebook. 1988.]

    Zinman, Toby Silverman. "Blizintsy/Dvojniki Twins/Doubles Hapgood/Hapgood." Modern Drama 34.2 (June 1991): 312-321.

    Zivanovic, Judith. "Meeting Death Already There; The Failure to Choose in Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Liberal and Fine Arts Review 1.1 (Jan. 1981): 44-56.

    Interviews (chronological)

    Knight, John. "Saturday Night Sunday Morning." Sunday Mirror, 18 Dec. 1966: 13.

    Dunn, Cyril. "Briefing: Footnote to the Bard." The Observer, 9 Apr. 1967: 23.

    Harper, Keith. "The Devious Route to Waterloo Road." The Guardian, 12 Apr. 1967: 7.

    Dodd, John. "Success is the Only Unusual Thing About Mr. Stoppard." The Sun 13 Apr. 1967: 3. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Davies, Hunter. "Stoppard Goes." Sunday Times, 23 Apr. 1967: 13.

    Lewis, Peter. "How Tom Went to Work on an Absent Mind and Picked up £20,000." Daily Mail, 24 May 1967: 6.

    McLoughlin, Shaun. "Another Moon Called Earth," Radio Times, 22 June 1967: 33.

    Anonymous. "'What's All This About?'" Newsweek, 7 Aug. 1967: 72.

    Adams, Bernard. "Tom Stoppard on 'Teeth.'" Radio Times, 24 Aug. 1967: 19.

    Sullivan, Dan. "Young British Playwright Here for Rehearsal of 'Rosencrantz.'" New York Times, 29 Aug. 1967: 27.

    Halton, Kathleen. "Tom Stoppard: The Startling Young Author of the Play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Vogue [US], 150 (15 Oct. 1967): 112.

    Glover, William. "Theater Week: Enter Playwright, Successfully," AP Wire Service, 19 Nov. 1967.

    Tallmer, Jerry. "Closeup: Rosencrantz' Friend." New York Post, 8 Dec. 1967: 55.

    Gale, John. "Writing's My 43rd Priority, Says Tom Stoppard." The Observer, 17 Dec. 1967: 4.

    Hedgepeth, WIlliam. "Playwright Tom Stoppard: 'Go Horne British Boy Genius!'" Look, 26 Dec. 1967: 92-96.

    Prideaux, Tom. "Uncertainty Makes the Big Time," Life, 9 Feb. 1968: 75-76.

    Hastings, Ronald. "Rosencrantz Was Not the First." Daily Telegraph, 17 Feb. 1968: 13.

    Gordon, Giles. "Tom Stoppard." Transatlantic Review #29 (Summer 1968): 17-25.[reprinted in Behind the Scenes. Ed. Joseph F. McCrindle. London: Pitman, 1971 / New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971; and reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Louis, Patricia. "See the Father. See the Baby. See the Father Playing with the Baby. Doesn't the Father Look Happy? Yes, He Does." New York Times, 24 March 1968: D3.

    Anonymous. "The Talk of the Town: Playwright-Novelist," New Yorker, 4 May 1968: 40-41.

    Taylor, John Russell. "Our Changing Theatre, No. 3: Changes in Writing." Broadcast on BBC Radio Four, 23 Nov. 1970. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Gussow, Mel. "Stoppard Refutes Himself, Endlessly." New York Times, 26 Apr. 1972: 54. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Mayne, Richard. "Arts Commentary." Broadcast on BBC Radio Three, 10 Nov. 1972. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Watts, Janet. "Tom Stoppard." The Guardian, 21 Mar. 1973: 12. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Topor, Tom. "Lunch With a Playwright." New York Post, 10 Apr. 1974: 64.

    Gussow, Mel. "Jumpers Author is Verbal Gymnast." New York TImes, 23 Apr. 1974: 36. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Hudson, Roger, Catherine Itzin and Simon Trussler. "Ambushes for the Audience: Towards a High Comedy of Ideas." Theatre Quarterly 4.14 (May-July 1974); 3-17. [reprinted in New Theatre Voices of the Seventies Ed. Simon Trussler. London: Eyre Methuen, 1981: 58-60; also reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Kalem, T. E. "Ping Pong Philosopher." Time Magazine, 6 May 1974: 55.

    Amory, Mark. "The Joke's the Thing." The Sunday Times, 9 June 1974: 65-74.

    Mahon, Derek. "Interview." Vogue, June 1974.

    Smith, A. C. H. "Interview." Flourish #1 (Royal Shakespeare Company Newsletter), 1974.

    Eichelbaum, Stanley. "'Call Me the Thinking Man's Farceur.'" San Francisco Examiner, 11 Dec. 1974: 69. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    McCullough, Joseph. "Dialogue with Tom Stoppard." Under Bow Bells: Dialogues with Joseph McCullough. London: Sheldon Press, 1974: 163-170. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Gussow, Mel. "Playwright, Star Provide a Little Curtain Raiser." New York Times, 31 Oct. 1975: 21.

    Wetzsteon, Ross. "Tom Stoppard Eats Steak Tartare with Chocolate Sauce." Village Voice, 10 Nov. 1975: 121. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Funke, Lewis. "Tom Stoppard." Playwrights Talk About Writing. Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1975: 218-231. [interview conducted in 1968.]

    Grant, Steve. "Serious Frivolity." Time Out. 18 June 1976.

    Leonard, John. "Tom Stoppard Tries on a 'Knickers Farce'." New York Times, 9 Jan. 1977: Sect.2, p.1

    Bradshaw, Jon. "Tom Stoppard, Nonstop: Word Games with a Hit Playwright." New York Magazine, 10 Jan. 1977; 47-51. [reprinted in Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 26 June 1977: 29-34.; also reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Maves, C. E. "A Playwright on the Side of Rationality." Palo Alto Times, 25 Mar. 1977: 16. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Eichelbaum, Stanley. "So Often Produced, He Ranks With Shaw." San Francisco Examiner, 28 Mar. 1977: 24. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Kerensky, Oleg. The New British Drama. London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Taplinger, 1977: 168-171. [interview extract reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Warner, Marina. "Interview." Vogue, Jan. 1978.

    Schulman, Milton. "The Politicizing of Tom Stoppard." New York Times, 23 Apr. 1978: Sect. 2, pp. 3,27. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Huckerby, Martin. "Arts Diary: KGB to Blame in the End." The Times, 17 Aug. 1978: 12. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Bragg, Melvyn. "The South Bank Show." Broadcast on London Weekend TV, 26 Nov. 1978. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Hebert, Hugh. "A Playwright in Undiscovered Country." The Guardian, 7 July 1979: 10. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Gussow, Mel. "Stoppard's Intellectual Cartwheels Now With Music." New York Times, 29 July 1979: Sect. 2, pp. 1,22. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Berkvist, Robert. "This Time, Stoppard Plays It (Almost) Straight." New York Times, 25 Nov. 1979: Sect. 2, pp. 1,5. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Henninger, Daniel. "Tom Stoppard and the Politics of Morality." The Wall Street Journal, 1 Feb. 1980: 17. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Hayman, Ronald. "Double Acts: Tom Stoppard and Peter Wood." Sunday Times Magazine, 2 Mar. 1980: 29-31. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Kuurman, Joost with Wim van Klaveren and Simon Popma. "An Interview with Tom Stoppard." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo American Letters 10 (1980): 41-57. [reprinted in Critical Essays on Tom Stoppard. 1990. 15-27.]

    Hardin, Nancy Shields. "An Interview with Tom Stoppard." Contemporary Literature 22.2 (Spring 1981): 153-166.

    Gollob, David and David Roper. "Trad Tom Drops In." Gambit 10.37 (Summer 1981): 5-17. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Pendennis. "Dialogue with a Driven Man." The Observer, 30 Aug. 1981: 18

    Gussow, Mel. "The Real Tom Stoppard." The New York Times Magazine, 1 Jan 1984: 18-28.

    Freedman, Samuel G. "Stoppard Debates the Role of the Writer." New York Times, 20 Feb. 1984: Sect.C, p.13.

    Buck, Joan Juliet. "Tom Stoppard: Kind Heart and Prickly Mind." Vogue [US] (Mar. 1984): 454, 513-514. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Asquith, Ros. "City Limits Interview: Tom Stoppard." City Limits, 19 Oct. 1984.

    O'Connor, Garry. "Two Men on an Ocean Wave." Sunday Times, 21 Oct. 1984: 39. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Rousuck, J. Wynn. "In The Real Thing, Stoppard's trying for realism — for once." Baltimore Sun, 28 Apr. 1985.

    Colvin, Clare. "Interview." Drama 3 (1985).

    Sullivan, Dan. "Stoppard: Getting the Right Bounce." Los Angeles Times, 2 June 1986.

    Mitchell, Sean. "Just Who, Really, is Tom Stoppard?" Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 18 Dec. 1986.

    Buckley, Peter. "Tom Stoppard: boy genius grows up." New York Daily News, 17 May 1987: 3.

    Billington, Michael. "Stoppard's Secret Agent." The Guardian, 18 Mar. 1988: 28. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Guppy, Sasha. "Tom Stoppard: The Art of Theatre VII." Paris Review 30.109 (Winter 1988): 26-51. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    O'Connor, Thomas. "Welcome to the World of Tom Stoppard." Orange County Register, 2 Apr. 1989: K3-K5. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Schiff, Stephen. "Full Stoppard." Vanity Fair 52.5 (May 1989): 152-157,214-215. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Maychick, Diana. "Stoppard Ascending." New York Post, 26 Nov. 1989. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Stevenson, William. "For Some, Screenplays Aren't Just Writes of Passage." New York Magazine, 11 Feb. 1991.

    Stanley, Paul. "Move Over, Hamlet." San Francisco Chronicle, 24 February 1991: 14.

    Smith, Sid. "Script Jockey: The Flickering Images of Theatre." The Theatre Magazine 1 (Apr. 1991): 16-19. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Allen, Paul. "Third Ear." Broadcast on BBC Radio Three, 16 Apr. 1991. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Reynolds, Gillian. "Tom's Sound Affects." Interview with Gillian Reynolds, Daily Telegraph, 20 Apr. 1991: Weekend Sect. 24. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Twisk, Russell. "Stoppard Basks in a Late Indian Summer." The Observer, 21 Apr. 1991: 75. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Goreau, Angeline. "Is the Real Inspector Hound a Shaggy Dog Story?" New York Times, 9 Aug. 1992; Sect. 2, pp. 5,8. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Nathan, David. "In a Country Garden (If It Is a Garden)." Sunday Telegraph, 28 Mar. 1993: Arts Sect. p. XIII. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Hawkes, Nigel. "Plotting the Course of a Playwright." The Times, 13 Apr. 1993: Sect. 2, p. 29. [reprinted in Tom Stoppard in Conversation. 1994]

    Kelly, Katherine E. und William W. Demastes. "The Playwright and the Professors: An Interview with Tom Stoppard." South Central Review 11 (Winter 1994): 1-14.

    Gussow, Mel. "Happiness, Chaos and Tom Stoppard." American Theatre 12.10 (Dec. 1995): 22-29.

    Hughes, Sam. "Stoppard: A Play in Three Acts." Pennsylvania Gazette 94.6, 1996.

    Hollinger, Michael. "The Good Words of Tom Stoppard." Seven Arts, Jan. 1997.

    Bywater, Michael. "Interview." New Statesman, 9 May 1997; 38-39.

    Span, Paula. "Living on Bard Time." Washington Post2 6 Dec. 1998; C1.

    East, Louise. "Enter a Free Man." Irish Times, 16 Jan. 1999; 5.

    Gardner, Lyn. "The Heart in the Closet." Guardian Weekend, 16 Jan. 1999; 15.

    Billen, Andrew. "A Play About Myself? It's Not a Subject I Have an Appetite For." Evening Standard, 27 Jan. 1999.

    Giles, Jeff and Yahlin Chang. "Talking Shop at Oscar Time." Newsweek, 8 Feb. 1999; 58-61.

    Spencer, Charles "What Tom Thinks of Oscar." The Daily Telegraph, 27 Feb. 1999, A1.

    "Shakespeare's Scribe: Playwright Tom Stoppard." Broadcast on CBS Sunday Morning, 28 Feb. 1999.

    Raymond, Gerald. "Stoppard Reinvents Love." Advocate, 8 May 2001; 69-71.

    Barrett, Amy. "Endless Love." New York Times Magazine, 20 May 2001; 23.

    Riddell, Mary. "The government, says our most revered playwright, has money for any crisis, but not for the arts." The New Statesman, 8 July 2002.

    Tusa, John. "Interview." Broadcast on BBC Radio 3, 11 July 2002. [Online Link to transcript]

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