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Judith Popovich Aikin. German Baroque Drama. Twayne. 1982. 186pp.

Walter Benjamin. Translated by John Osborne. The Origin of German Tragic Drama. Verso. 2003. 256pp.

W. H. Bruford. Theatre, Drama, and Audience in Goethe's Germany. Routledge & Paul. 1950. 388pp.

H. F. Garten. Modern German Drama. Essential Books. 1959. 272pp.

Birgit Haas. Modern German Political Drama, 1980-2000. Boydell & Brewer. 2003. 239pp.

Elsie Winifred Helmrich. The History of the Chorus in the German Drama. Columbia University Press. 1912. 95pp.

C. D. Innes. Modern German Drama: A Study in Form. Cambridge University Press. 1979. 297pp.

C. D. Innes (editor). Erwin Piscator's Political Theatre: The Development of Modern German Drama. Cambridge University Press. 1972. 248pp.

F. J. Lamport. German Classical Drama: Theatre, Humanity and Nation, 1750-1870. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 255pp.

Edgar Lohner; Hunter G. Hannum (editor). Modern German Drama. Houghton Mifflin. 1966. 471pp.

Steven D. Martinson. Between Luther and Münzer: The Peasant Revolt in German Drama and Thought. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag. 1988. 199pp.

Alan Menhennet. The Historical Experience in German Drama: From Gryphius to Brecht. Boydell & Brewer. 2003. 186pp.

Anthony J. Niesz. Dramaturgy in German Drama: From Gryphius to Goethe. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag. 1980. 267pp.

Georg Witkowski. Translated by L. E. Horning. The German Drama of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1909. 230pp.

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