Annotated Bib - Joe Wallace Professor Garfinkle English 110...

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Joe Wallace Professor Garfinkle English 110 17 November 2009 Works Cited Albee, Edward. Interview by Neal Conan. Talk of the Nation . NPR News. 6 Mar. 2002. Literature Resource Center . Web. Transcript. 10 Nov. 2009. <http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do?p=LitRC&u=plan_csm>. The Interview with Edward Albee goes into the mindset of Albee himself as he is writing his plays. It is interesting to get a feel for what he thinks about as he is creating his pieces of work. Albee went into the details of some of his works and also spoke of his major influences when it came to writing. The interview goes fairly deep into the thought process of Albee before and after he sits down to write a play. Albee goes into some detail about the characters of George and Martha from his play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”? Busiel, Christopher, G. “An Essay on Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” 19 Feb. 2003. Literature Resources from Gale
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