DM – Secondary Sources

1.) Brief study on David Mercer’s success in the theatre and his devotion to television.  Full Text found in Sawyer Library.

Taylor J. David Mercer and the Mixed Blessing of Television. Modern Drama [serial on the Internet]. (1981, Dec), [cited April 2, 2010]; 24(4): 436-444. Available from: Humanities International Complete.

2.) Reviews of “Shooting the Chandelier: A Dinner of Herbs.” Full text available at TLS website; password available at Sawyer Library reference desk.

Williams H. Sempiternal triangles. TLS [serial on the Internet]. (1988, Aug 12), [cited April 2, 2010]; (4454): 884. Available from: Humanities International Complete.

3.)An overview of Mercer’s work from Reference Guide To English Literature (1991).

Dace, Tish. “David Mercer: Overview.” Reference Guide to English Literature. Ed. D. L. Kirkpatrick. 2nd ed. Chicago: St. James Press, 1991. Literature Resource Center. Web. 2 Apr. 2010.

4.) Bio on the Musuem of Broadcast Communications website

http://www.museum.tv/eotvsection.php?entrycode=mercerdavid

5.) David Mercer encounters Harold Pinter

http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/pinter_archive_blog/2010/01/david-mercer-encounters-harold-pinter-and-antonia-fraser.html

6.) Guide to David Mercer on Doollee, the playwright database.

http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsM/mercer-david.html

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