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Huntly Carter. The New Spirit in the Russian Theatre, 1917-28: And a Sketch of the Russian Kinema and Radio, 1919-28, Showing the New Communal Relationship Between the Three. Brentano's. 1929. 348pp.

John Freedman. Moscow Performances: The New Russian Theater, 1991-1996. Taylor & Francis. 1997. 277pp.

Robert Leach; Victor Borovsky (editor). A History of Russian Theatre. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 446pp.

Julia Listengarten. Russian Tragifarce: Its Cultural and Political Roots. Susquehanna University Press. 2000. 225pp.

Konstantin Rudnitsky. Translated by Roxane Permar. Russian and Soviet Theatre: Tradition and the Avant-Garde. Thames & Hudson. 2000. 320pp.

Robert Russell; Andrew Barratt (editor). Russian Theatre in the Age of Modernism. Macmillan. 1990. 269pp.

Oliver M. Sayler. The Russian Theatre Under the Revolution. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co.. 1920. 273pp.

Catherine A. Schuler. Women in Russian Theatre: The Actress in the Silver Age. Routledge. 1996. 260pp.

Laurence Senelick. Historical Dictionary of Russian Theater. Scarecrow Press. 2007. 553pp.

Marc Slonim. Russian Theater: From the Empire to the Soviets. Collier. 1962. 382pp.

Anatoly Smeliansky. Translated by Patrick Miles. The Russian Theatre After Stalin. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 232pp.

Gary Thurston. The Popular Theatre Movement in Russia, 1862-1919. Northwestern University Press. 1998. 374pp.

Boris Varneke. History of the Russian Theatre: Seventeenth Through Nineteenth Century. Hafner Publishing Co.. 1971. 459pp. Translation.

Elizabeth Warner. The Russian Folk Theatre. Mouton. 1977. 257pp.

Nick Worrall. The Moscow Art Theatre. Routledge. 1996. 243pp.

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