References

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  • Percy Lubbock, ‘Calderon, George Leslie (1868-1915)’, revised by Katherine Mullin, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, OUP, 2004.
  • Derwent May, Critical Times: The History of The Times Literary Supplement, London, HarperCollins, 2001, p.70-76.
  • Derwent May, ‘The Rediscovery of George Calderon’, The London Magazine, August/September 2010, p.73-75.
  • Jan McDonald, ‘Chekhov, naturalism and the drama of dissent: productions of Chekhov’s plays in Britain before 1914’, in Chekhov on the British Stage, ed. Patrick Miles, CUP, 1993, p.29-42.
  • Patrick Miles, ‘Letters from George Calderon in Russia to his parents in England, 1895’, Slavonica, 2 (1995/1996), No.1, p.7-25.
  • Patrick Miles, ‘Chekhov at 150: The “Hampstead Connection”’, The London Magazine, June/July 2010, p.98-102.
  • Laurence Senelick, The Chekhov Theatre: A Century of the Plays in Performance, CUP, 1997.
  • Laurence Senelick, ‘“For God, for Czar, for Fatherland”: Russians on the British Stage from Napoleon to the Great War’, in Russia in Britain, 1880-1940: From Melodrama to Modernism, eds Rebecca Beasley and Philip Ross Bullock, OUP, 2013, p.19-34.
  • Karen Spink, ‘The Missing Link: A Writer at South Hill Farm’, Journal of Ruislip, Northwood and Eastcote Local History Society, 1999, p.7-12.
  • Robert Tracy, ‘The Flight of a Seagull: Chekhov on the English Stage’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, Harvard University, 1959).
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