Secondary Sources

This is an up-to-date bibliography of literary criticism and scholarly research on the work of Susan Glaspell.  If you have recently published an article, book chapter, or book on Susan Glaspell’s work, and do not see it included here, contact the Susan Glaspell Society Bibliographer, Mary E. Papke. For an annotated bibliography of reviews of Glaspell’s plays from 1916 to 1992 and for citations prior to 1975, see Mary E. Papke, Susan Glaspell: A Research and Production Sourcebook, Greenwood Press, 1993.

Aarons, Victoria. “A Community of Women: Surviving Marriage in the Wilderness.” In Portraits of a Marriage in Literature. Ed. Anne C. Hargrove and Maurine Magliocco. Macomb, IL: Western Illinois University, 1984. 141-49. Also in Rendezvous: Idaho State University Journal of Arts and Letters 21.2 (Spring 1986): 3-11.

Abramson, Doris, Maria Irene Fornes, Carolee Schneemann, Florence Falk, Bonnie Marranca, and Rosette C. Lamont. “Women in the Theatre.” Centerpoint: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3.3/4 [Issue 11] (Fall/Spring 1980): 31-7.

Adler, Thomas P. Mirror on the Stage: The Pulitzer Plays as an Approach to American Drama. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1987.

Akşehir, Mahinur.  “The Glory of the Conquered:  Speaking Silence of Women’s Space in Susan Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers.’”  Kadın/Woman 2000:  Kadın Araştırmaları Dergisi/Journal for Woman Studies EMU-CWS 9.1 (June 2008): 1-11.

Alberola Crespo, Nieves. “Homes and Kitchens: Rethinking on the Works of Susan Glaspell, Tennessee Williams and Lynn Nottage”. Into Another’s Skin: Selected essays in honour of María Luisa Dañobeitia. Eds. Mauricio Aguilera Linde, María Jose de la Torre Moreno y Laura Zúñiga (eds.). Granada: Ediciones Universidad de Granada, 2012. 201-209.

Alkalay-Gut, Karen. “‘A Jury of Her Peers’: The Importance of Trifles.” Studies in Short Fiction 21.1 (Winter 1984): 1-9.

Alkalay-Gut, Karen. “Murder and Marriage: Another Look at Trifles.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 71-81.

Anderlini-DOnofrio, Serena. “Is Feminist Realism Possible? A Theory of Labial Eros and Mimesis.” Journal of Gender Studies 8.2 (July 1999): 159-180.

Andrews, Clarence A., and Marcia Noe. “Susan Glaspell of Davenport.” The Iowan 25.4 (Summer 1977): 46-53.

Angel, Marina. “A Classical Greek Influences an American Feminist: Susan Glaspell’s Debt to Aristophanes.” Syracuse Law Review 52 (2001): 81+.

Angel, Marina. “Criminal Law and Women: Giving the Abused Woman Who Kills A Jury of Her Peers Who Appreciate Trifles.” American Criminal Law Review 33 (1996): 229+.

Angel, Marina. “Feminism in Classical Greece and Twentieth Century America.” In Problems of Interpretation: Essays in Memory of Constantinos N. Kakouris. Ed. Ant. N. Sakkoulas. Brussels: Bruylant, 2004.

Angel, Marina. “Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and ‘A Jury of Her Peers’: Woman Abuse in a Literary and Legal Context.” Buffalo Law Review 46.2 (Spring 1998): 779+.

Angel, Marina. “Teaching Susan Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers’ and Trifles.” Journal of Legal Education 53.4 (December 2003): 548-563.

Aston, E. Review of Susan Glaspell’s The Verge. Theatre Journal 49.2 (May 1997): 229-231.

Atlas, Marilyn Judith. “Creating Women’s Myth: Emily Dickson’s Legacy to Susan Glaspell.” Focus: Teaching English Language Arts 8.1 (Fall1981): 55-61.

Austin, Gayle. Feminist Theories for Dramatic Criticism. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1990.

Bach, Gerhard, and Claudia Harris. Review of “Susan Glaspell — Rediscovering an American Playwright.” Conference and Theatre Performance. Sponsored by Brigham Young University English Department and Theatre/Film Department, Provo, Utah. 16 March 1991. Theatre Journal 44.1 (March 1992): 94-6.

Bach, Gerhard. “Susan Glaspell (1876-1948): A Bibliography of Dramatic Criticism.” The Great Lakes Review: A Journal of Midwestern Culture 3.2 (Winter 1977): 1-34

Bach, Gerhard. “Susan Glaspell: Mapping the Domains of Critical Revision.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 1995. 239-58.

Bach, Gerhard. “Susan Glaspell–Provincetown Playwright.” The Great Lakes Review: A Journal of Midwest Culture 4.2 (1978): 31-43.

Bach, Gerhard. “Susan Glaspell Revisited: A Workshop Report.” Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature Newsletter 6.1 (Spring 1976): 2-4.

Bach, Gerhard. Susan Glaspell und die Provincetown Players: Die Aufange des modernen amerikanischen Dramas und Theaters. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1979.

Banham, Martin, ed. The Cambridge Guide to World Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Barber, Rytch. “American Expressionism and the New Woman: Glaspell, Treadwell, Bonner, and a Dramaturgy of Social Conscience.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 93-114.

Barlow, Judith E. Introduction. Plays by American Women: 1900-1930. New York: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1985. ix-xxxiii.

Barlow, Judith E. Introduction. Plays By American Women: The Early Years. New York: Avon, 1981. Ix-xxxii.

Barlow, Judith E. “Susan’s Sisters: The ‘Other’ Women Writers of the Provincetown Players.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 259-300.

Barlow, Judith E. Women Writers of the Provincetown Players: A Collection of Short Works. Albany, NY: Excelsior Editions Press, State University of New York Press, 2009. Includes Glaspell’s Women’s Honor plus twelve other plays by Glaspell’s colleagues at the Provincetown.

Beard, DeAnna Toten, and Mark Osler.  “Susan Glaspell Goes to Law School:  Adventures in Teaching Trifles to Criminal Practice Students.”  Texas Theatre Journal 4.1  (January 2008): 43-50.

Bendel-Simso, Mary M. “Twelve Good Men or Two Good Women: Concepts of Law and Justice in Susan Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers.'” Studies in Short Fiction 36.3 (Summer 1999): 291-297.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Glaspell, Susan.” In Notable Women in American Theatre: A Biographical Dictionary. Ed. Alice M. Robinson, Vera Moury Roberts, And Milly S. Barranger. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1989. 341-46.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “‘Murder, She Wrote’: The Genesis of Susan Glaspells Trifles.” Theatre Journal 44.2 (May 1992): 141-62. Also in Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 19-48.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “O’Neill’s Cape(d) Compatriot.” The Eugene ONeill Review 19: 1-2 (Spring-Fall 1995): 129-38.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “The Political as Personal in the Writing of Susan Glaspell.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 275-294.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. Review of Plays by Susan Glaspell, edited by C. W. E. Bigsby. Resources for American Literary Study 17.1 (Spring 1990): 122-26.

Ben-Zvi, Linda, ed. The Road to the Temple, A Biography of George Cram Cook by Susan Glaspell. Jefferson, NC, and London: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2005.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Silent Partners: The ‘Trifling’Nature of Language in the Theatre of Susan Glaspell and Samuel Beckett.” In On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 45-61.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Susan Glaspell and Eugene O’Neill.” The Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 6.2 (Summer-Fall 1982): 21-29.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Susan Glaspell and Eugene O’Neill: The Imagery of Gender.” The Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 10.1 (Spring 1986): 22-27.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. “Susan Glaspell’s Contributions to Contemporary Women Playwrights.” In Feminine Focus: The New Women Playwrights. Ed. Enoch Brater. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. 147-66.

Ben-Zvi, Linda and J. Ellen Gainor, eds. and introduction. Susan Glaspell: The Complete Plays. Jefferson, NC, and London: MacFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers: 2010. Includes Suppressed Desires, Trifles, Close the Book, The People, The Outside, Woman’s Honor, Tickless Time, Bernice, Free Laughter, Chains of Dew, Inheritors, The Verge, The Comic Artist, Alison’s House, Springs Eternal.

Ben-Zvi,-Linda, ed. Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995.

Ben-Zvi, Linda. Susan Glaspell: Her Life and Times. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.

Berkowitz, Gerald M. American Drama of the Twentieth Century. London: Longman, 1992.

Bickford, Donna M., and Nedra Reynolds. “Activism and Service-Learning: Reframing Volunteerism As Acts of Dissent.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 2.2 (Spring 2002): 229-252.

Bigsby, C. W. E. “The Language of Crisis in British Theatre: The Drama of Cultural Pathology.” In Contemporary English Drama. Edited by C. W. E. Bigsby. New York: Holmes & Meier Publishers, Inc., 1981. 11-51.

Bigsby, C. W. E. A Critical Introduction to Twentieth-Century American Drama. Volume I: 1900-1940. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Bigsby, C. W. E. Introduction. Plays by Susan Glaspell: Trifles, The Outside, The Verge, Inheritors. Edited by C. W. E. Bigsby. Additional textual notes by Christine Dymkowski. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. 1-31.

Black, Cheryl. “‘Making Queer New Things:’ Queer Identities in the Life and Dramaturgy of Susan Glaspell,” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 20. 1 (Fall 2005): 49-64.

Black, Cheryl and Robert K. Sarlo. “On the Threshold of Sexual Politics in American Theatre and Drama: The Provincetown Players.” In Staging a Cultural Paradigm: The Political and the Personal in American Drama. Ed. Barbara Ozieblo and Miriam Lpez-Rodriguez, Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt/M, New York, Oxford, Wien: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, 2002. 133-147.

Black, Cheryl. The Women of the Provincetown, 1915-1922. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2002.

Bohde, Cheryl D. “Susan Keating Glaspell (1876-1948).” In American Women Writers, 1900-1945: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Laurie Champion. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 133-41.

Bonin, Jane F. Major Themes in Prize-Winning American Drama. Preface by Paul T. Nolan. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1975.

“Book Reviews/Chroniques Bibliographiques.” Canadian Journal of Women & the Law 17
(2005): 233-270.

Bordman, Gerald. The Oxford Companion to American Theatre. New York: Oxfrod University Press, 1984.

Bottoms, Stephen J. “Building on the Abyss: Susan Glaspell’s The Verge in Production.” Theatre Topics (ThTop). 8.2 (1998): 127-47.

Brown, Terri L.  Me and My Shadow:  An Exploration of Doppelgänger as Found in the Music and Text of Susan Glaspell’s ‘The Verge.’  Dissertation.  Bowling Green State U, 2008.

Bryan, Patricia L., and Martha C. Carpentier, eds. and introduction. Her America: “A Jury of Her Peers” and Other Stories by Susan Glaspell. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2010. Includes “Looking After Clara,” “The Manager of Crystal Sulphur Springs,” “Unveiling Brenda,” “A Jury of Her Peers,” “A Matter of Gesture,” “Poor Ed,” “Beloved Husband,” “The Busy Duck,” “Pollen,” “Government Goat,” “The Nervous Pig,” “A Rose in the Sand.”

Bryan, Patricia. “Foreshadowing ‘A Jury of Her Peers’: Susan Glaspell’s ‘The Plea” and the Case of John Wesley Elkins.” In Susan Glaspell: New Directions in Critical Inquiry. Ed. Martha C. Carpentier. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006. 45-65.

Bryan, Patricia and Thomas Wolf. Midnight Assassin: A Murder in America’s Heartland. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books, 2005. Reprinted in Bur Oaks Series. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2007.

Bryan, Patricia. “Stories in Fiction and in Fact: Susan Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers’ and the 1901 Murder Trial of Margaret Hossack.” Stanford Law Review 49 (1997): 1293.

Burch, Milbre. “Sometimes I Sing: Freeing the Voice of Minnie Foster Wright in Trifles.” And “Sometimes I Sing: An Original Dramatic Monologue Inspired by Trifles.” In On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 163-181 & 193-202..

Burke, Sally. American Feminist Playwrights: A Critical History. New York: Twayne, 1996.

Burnham, John C. “The New Psychology.” In 1915, The Cultural Moment: The New Politics, the New Woman, the New Psychology, the New Art & the New Theatre in America. Edited by Adele Heller and Lois Rudnick. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1991. 117-27.

Cadden, Michael. “Rewriting Literary History.” American Quarterly 41.1 (March 1989: 133-37; written in response to Susan Harris Smith’s “Generic Hegemony: American Drama and the Canon,” 112-22; other responses include C. W. E. Bigsby’s “A View from East Anglia,” 128-32, as well as Susan Harris Smith’s response to the responses, 138-40.

Calanchi, Alessandra. “CLUEDOing the Home: Crime Fiction and the Art of Internal Detection.” The House of Fiction as the House of Life: Representations of the House from Richardson to Woolf. Eds. Francesca Saggini and Anna Enrichetta Soccio. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012. 204-217.

Carpentier, Martha C. “Apollonian Form and Dionysian Excess in Susan Glaspell’s Drama and Fiction.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 35-50.

Carpentier, Martha C. “The Deracinated Self: Immigrants, Orphans, and the Migratory Consciousness of Willa Cather and Susan Glaspell.” Studies in American Fiction Vol. 35 No. 2 (Autumn 2007): 131-158.

Carpentier, Martha C. and Barbara Ozieblo, eds. and introduction. Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. 37 DQR Studies in Literature. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006.

Carpentier, Martha C. The Major Novels of Susan Glaspell. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 2001.

Carpentier, Martha C. and Emeline Jouve, eds. On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015.

Carpentier, Martha C. and Emeline Jouve. “Introduction: An Iconic Work at 100 Years.”  On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 1-10.

Carpentier, Martha C. “Susan Glaspell.” The Thomson Anthology of American Literature, Vol. 4: Modern Period (1910-1945). Ed. Martha J. Cutter. New York: Thomson Press, 2007.

Carpentier, Martha C. “Susan Glaspell’s Fiction: Fidelity as American Romance.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal (TCL). 40.1 (1994): 92-113.

Carpentier, Martha C., ed. and introduction. Susan Glaspell: New Directions in Critical Inquiry. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006.

Cassady, Marshall, ed. An Introduction to Modern One-Act Plays. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company, 1991.

Capo, Beth. “Can This Woman Be Saved? Birth Control and Marriage in Modern American Literature.” Modern Language Studies 34.1-2 (Spring-Fall 2004): 28-41.

Chansky, Dorothy. “Review of Susan Glaspell in Context: American Theater, Culture, and Politics, 1915-1948.” Theatre Survey 44.1 (May 2003): 115-117.

Chansky, Dorothy. “Kitchen Sink Realisms: American Drama, Dining, and Domestic Labor Come of Age in Little Theatre.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 16.2 (Spring 2004): 37-56.

Chien, Ying-ying. “From Utopian to Dystopian World: Two Faces of Feminism in Contemporary Taiwanese Womens Fiction.” World Literature Today 68.1 (Winter 1994): 35+.

Chinoy, Helen Krich. “Art Versus Business: The Role of Women in American Theatre.” The Drama Review 24.2 (1980): 3-10.

Chinoy, Helen Krich. “Art Versus Business: The Role of Women in American Theatre.” Introduction to Women in American Theatre. Eds. Helen Krich Chinoy and Linda Walsh Jenkins. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1981; revised and enlarged edition published in New York: Theatre Communications Group, Inc., 1987.1-9.

Chinoy, Helen Krich. “Suppressed Desires: Women in the Theater.” In Women, the Arts, and the 1920s in Paris and New York. Edited by Kenneth W. Wheeler and Virginia Lee Lussier. New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1982. 126-32.

Chung, Kathy K.Y. “‘A Different Kind of the Same Thing’: Narrative, Experiential Knowledge, and Subjectivity in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and Sharon Pollock’s Blood Relations.” Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches Theatrales au Canada (TRIC). 20.2 (1999, Fall): 159-80

Clausson, Nils. “The Case of the Purloined Genre: Breaking the Codes in Susan Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers’.” Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture (Genre). 34.1-2 (2001): 81-100.

Cockin, Katharine M. Women and Theatre in the Age of Suffrage: The Pioneer Players 1911-25 (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001).

Cockin, Katharine M. Edith Craig (1869-1947): Dramatic Lives (London: Cassell, 1998).

Cohn, Ruby. “Twentieth-Century Drama.” In “Part Five: 1945 to the Present.” Ed. Marjorie Perloff. The Columbia Literary History of the United States. Series editor Emory Elliott. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988. 1101-25.

Commire, Anne, ed; Adele Sarkissian and Agnes Garrett, assoc. eds. “Glaspell, Susan 1882-1948.” In Yesterday’s Authors of Books for Children: Facts and Pictures about Authors and Illustrators of Books for Young People, from Early Times to 1960. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1978. Volume 2: 125-28.

Cotsell, Michael. The Theater of Trauma: American Modernist Drama and the Psychological Struggle for the American Mind, 1900-1930. New York: Peter Lang, 2005.

Coven, Brenda. American Women Dramatists of the Twentieth Century: A Bibliography. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1982.

Czerepinski, Jackie. “Beyond The Verge: Absent Heroines in the Plays of Susan Glaspell.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 145-54.

DeBoer-Langworthy, Carol (ed.). The Modern World of Neith Boyce: Autobiography and Diaries. Albuquerque: University of new Mexico Press, 2003.

Dickey, Jerry and J. Ellen Gainor. “Susan Glaspell and Sophie Treadwell: Staging Feminism and Modernism, 1915-1941.” In A Companion to Twentieth-CenturyAmerican Drama. Ed. David Krasner. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 34-52.

Dickey, Jerry and Barbara Ozieblo. Susan Glaspell and Sophie Treadwell. Routledge Modern and Contemporary Drama Series. Series eds. Maggie B. Gale and Mary Luckhurst. London and New York: Routledge, 2008.

Dukore, Bernard F. American Dramatists, 1918-1945. New York: Grove Press, 1984.

Duneer, Anita. “On the verge of a breakthrough: projections of escape from the attic and the thwarted tower in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘TheYellow Wallpaper’ and Susan Glaspell’s The Verge,” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 18.1, Winter 2006, 34-54.

Dymkowski, Christine. “On the Edge: The Plays of Susan Glaspell.” Modern Drama 31.1 (March 1988): 91-105.

Dymkowski, Christine. Review of Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Theatre Journal 49.3 (October 1997): 389-390.

Engle, Sherry. Review of Springs Eternal. Theatre Journal, March 2015: 119-122.

Eisenhauer, Drew, and Brenda Murphy, eds. Intertextuality in American Drama: Critical Essays on Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller and Other Playwrights. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013.

Eisenhauer, Drew. “She and She: Rachel Crothers and Susan Glaspell’s Turn to Playwriting.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 115-136.

Eisenhauer, Drew. “Susan Glaspell’s Gendered Detectives: Suspense and the Threat to Masculine Identity in Radio and Screen Adaptations from 1930 to 1961.” In On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 94-116.

Fairbanks, Carol. Prairie Women: Images in American and Canadian Fiction. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.

Fernandez-Morales, Marta. “The Two Spheres in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and The Verge.” In Staging a Cultural Paradigm: The Political and the Personal in American Drama. Eds. Barbara Ozieblo and Miriam Lopez-Rodriguez. Brussels, Belgium: Presses Interuniversitaires Europeennes (P.I.E.)-Peter Lang, 2002. 163-76.

Fetterley, Judith. “Reading about Reading: ‘A Jury of Her Peers,’ ‘The Murders in the Rue Morgue,’ and ‘The Yellow Wallpaper.'” In Gender and Reading: Essays on Readers, Texts, and Contexts. Ed. Elizabeth A. Flynn and Patrocinio P. Schweickart. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986. 147-64.

Fisher, Jerilyn. “Women Righting Wrongs: Morality and Justice in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles (1916).” In Women in Literature: Reading through the Lens of Gender. Eds. Jerilyn Fisher and Ellen S. Silber. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003. 289-292.

Flavin, Louise. “‘A Jury of Her Peers’ Needs a Jury of Its Peers.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 10.3 (Spring 1984): 259-60.

Fletcher, Caroline Violet. “‘Rules of the Institution’: Susan Glaspell and Sisterhood.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 239-256.

Forsa, Catherine. “Forensic Science and the Aesthetics of Affect in “A Jury of Her Peers.” In On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 12-25.

Frank, Steven. “On ‘The Verge’ of a New Form: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Susan Glaspell’s Experiments in The Verge.” In Experimenters, Rebels, and Disparate Voices: The Theatre of the 1920s Celebrates American Diversity. Eds. Arthur Gewirtz and James J. Kolb. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. 119-29.

France, Rachel, ed. A Century of Plays by American Women. New York: Richard Rosen Press, Inc., 1979.

France, Rachel. “Apropos of Women and the Folk Play.” In Women in American Theatre. Eds. Helen Krich Chinoy and Linda Walsh Jenkins. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1981; revised and enlarged edition published in New York: Theatre Communications Group, Inc., 1987. 145-52.

France, Rachel. “Susan Glaspell (1 July 1882-27 July 1948).” In Twentieth-Century American Dramatists. Ed. John MacNicholas. Volume 7 of Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1981. Part 1, 215-23.

Friedman, Sharon. “Bernice’s Strange Deceit: The Avenging Angel in the House.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 155-63.

Friedman, Sharon. “Feminism as Theme in Twentieth-Century American Women’s Drama.” American Studies 25. 1 (Spring 1984): 69-89.

Friedman, Sharon. “Honor or Virtue Unrewarded: Susan Glaspell’s Parodic Challege to Ideologies of Sexual Conduct and the Discourse of Intimacy.” New England Theatre Journal 17 (2006): 35-58.

Friedman, Sharon. “Trifles and ‘A Jury of Her Peers’ on Film: Interview with Filmmakers Sally Heckel and Pamela Gaye Walker.” In On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015. 118-138.

Friedman, Sharon. “‘What There Is Behind Us’: Susan Glaspell’s Challenge to Nativist Discourse in Stage Adaptations of her Harper’s Monthly Fiction.” Intertextuality in American Drama: Critical Essays on Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller and Other Playwrights. Eds. Drew Eisenhauer and Brenda Murphy. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013. 232-252.

Gailey, Joan D., and Virginia Schaff Carroll. “Toward a Collaborative Model for Interdisciplinary Teaching: Business and Literature.” Journal of Education for Business 69.1 (September/ October 1993): 36-40.

Gainor, J. Ellen. “Chains of Dew and the Drama of Birth Control.” In Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 165-93.

Gainor, J. Ellen. “A Stage of Her Own: Susan Glaspell’s The Verge and Women’s Dramaturgy.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 1 (Spring 1989): 79-99.

Gainor, J. Ellen. “Susan Glaspell and Sophie Treadwell: Staging Feminism and Modernism, 1915-1941.” In A Companion to Twentieth-Century American Drama. Ed. David Krasner. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. 34-52.

Gainor, J. Ellen. Susan Glaspell in Context: American Theater, Culture, and Politics 1915-48. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2001.

Gainor, J. Ellen. “Woman’s Honor and the Critique of Slander Per Se.” In Susan Glaspell: New Directions in Critical Inquiry. Ed. Martha C. Carpentier. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006. 66-79.

Galbus, Julia. Susan Glaspell’s The Verge: A Socratic Quest to Reinvent Form and Escape Plato’s Cave.” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 15.1 (2000): 81-95.

Gardiner, Karen H. “Reaching for ‘Out There’: Susan Glaspell’s Rhetoric of the Female Artist.” In Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell. Eds. Martha C. Carpentier and Barbara Ozieblo. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2006. 183-200.

Gilbert, Sandra M., and Susan Gubar. No Man’s Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century. Volume I: The War of the Words. New Haven: Yale University, 1988.

“Glaspell, Susan Keating.” In The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Eds. Virginia Blain, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy. London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1990. 431-32.

Goldman, Arnold. “The Culture of the Provincetown Players.” Journal of American Studies 12.3 (1978): 291-310.

Goldman, Michael. Reviews of Plays by Susan Glaspell, edited by C. W. E. Bigsby. Times Literary Supplement 5-11 February 1988: 139.

Grose, Janet L. “Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and ‘A Jury of Her Peers’: Feminine Reading and Communication.” Tennessee Philological Bulletin: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Philological Association (TPB). 36 (1999): 37-48.

Gubar, Susan, and Anne Hedin. “‘A Jury of Her Peers’: Teaching and Learning in the Indiana Women’s Prison.” College English 43.8 (December 1981): 779-89.

Gutman, Huck, ed. As Others Read Us: International Perspectives on American Literature. Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1992.

Hagen, Lisa Hall. “Female Playwrights, Female Killers: Intersecting Texts of Crime and Gender in Glaspell, Watkins and Treadwell.” Intertextuality in American Drama: Critical Essays on Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller and Other Playwrights. Eds. Drew Eisenhauer and Brenda Murphy. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013. 169-187.

Hallgren, Sherri. “‘The Law Is the Law and a Bad Stove Is a Bad Stove’: Subversive Justice and Layers of Collusion in A Jury of Her Peers.” In Violence, Silence, and Anger: Women’s Writing as Transgression. Ed. Deirdre Lashgari. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995. 203-18.

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