Sources for “Euripides, Eumenides” podcast

Episode 3: The Deuce

Arnold, Martin. “Most Times Square Prostitutes Staying Off Street to Avoid Arrest.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 9 July 1971, www.nytimes.com/1971/07/09/archives/most-times-square-prostitutes-staying-off-street-to-avoid-arrest.html.


Carlson, Jen. “A Look Back At The Real Deuce: Times Square In The 1970s.” Gothamist, Gothamist, 8 Sept. 2017, gothamist.com/arts-entertainment/a-look-back-at-the-real-deuce-times-square-in-the-1970s.


Maslon, Laurence, and Michael Kantor. Broadway: the American Musical. Bulfinch Press, 2004.


Landis, Bill, and Michelle Clifford. Sleazoid Express: a Mind-Twisting Tour through the Grindhouse Cinema of Times Square. Simon & Schuster, 2002.


Marton, Janos. “Today in NYC History: Times Square Turns the Corner in 1981.” Untapped New York, 9 May 2018, untappedcities.com/2015/02/11/today-in-nyc-history-times-square-turns-the-corner-in-1981/.


Phillips, Mccandlish. “Chorus Getting Louder: ‘Clean Up Times Square’.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 17 July 1972, www.nytimes.com/1972/07/17/archives/chorus-getting-louder-clean-up-times-square.html.


Young, Greg, and Tom Myers. “Times Square in the 1970s: Grindhouses, Peep Shows and XXX Neon Nostalgia.” The Bowery Boys: New York City History, 8 Sept. 2017, www.boweryboyshistory.com/2017/09/times-square-1970s-grindhouses-peep-shows-xxx-neon-nostalgia-2.html.

Episode 2: The Authorship Question

Flynn, Derek. “Christopher Marlowe: the Elizabethan James Bond.” The Irish Times, The Irish Times, 6 June 2016, www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/christopher-marlowe-the-elizabethan-james-bond-1.2674323. 

Greenblatt, Stephen. How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare. Bodley Head, 2014. 

McCrum, Robert. “Who Really Wrote Shakespeare?” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 14 Mar. 2010, www.theguardian.com/culture/2010/mar/14/who-wrote-shakespeare-james-shapiro 

Michel, Lincoln. “Inside the Weird World of Shakespeare Conspiracy Theories.” InsideHook, 29 Aug. 2019, www.insidehook.com/article/books/inside-the-weird-world-of-shakespeare-conspiracy-theories. 

Rettino, Matthew. “Christopher Marlowe : An Elizabethan Assassination Conspiracy?” Archaeologists of the Weird, 24 Mar. 2013, matthewrettino.com/2013/03/24/christopher-marlowe-an-elizabethan-assassination-conspiracy/. 

Rose, Lloyd. “Who Wrote Shakespeare? Author James Shapiro Offers an Answer.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 6 June 2010, www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/04/AR2010060402064.html?tid=a_inl_manual. 

Episode 1: The Consequences of the Inter Regnum

Clark, George N. The Later Stuarts: 1660-1714. Clarendon Pr., 1988. 

Fraser, Antonia. Cromwell: The Lord Protector. Plume, 1986.

Hutton, Ronald. Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford University Press, 1991. 

Jordan, Don, and Mike Walsh. The King’s Bed: Sex and Power in the Court of Charles II. Pegasus Books, 2016.