Adrienne Kennedy - Works - Other Works

Other Works

  • "Because of the King of France", 1960
  • People Who Led to My Plays (memoir), 1987
  • Deadly Triplets (novella), 1990
  • "Letter to My Students on My Sixty-First Birthday by Suzanne Alexander" (essay), 1992
  • "Secret Paragraphs about My Brother" (essay), 1996
  • "A Letter to Flowers" (essay), 1998
  • "Sisters Etta and Ella (excerpt from a narrative)", 1999
  • "Grendel and Grendel's Mother" (essay), 1999

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