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Primary Works

A Kiss before Dying, 1953; No Time for Sergeants, 1956; Drat! the Cat, 1965; Rosemary's Baby, 1967; This Perfect Day, 1970; The Stepford Wives: a novel, 1972; The Boys from Brazil: a novel, 1976; Deathtrap: a thriller in two acts, 1979; Sliver, 1991; Son of Rosemary, 1997.

Selected Bibliography

Hoppenstand, Gary. "Exorcising the Devil Babies: Images of Children and Adolescents in the Best-Selling Horror Novel." Images of the Child. ed. Eiss, Harry. Bowling Green, OH: 1994.

Lima, Robert. "The Satanic Rape of Catholicism in Rosemary's Baby." Studies in American Fiction 2 (1974): 211-22.

Marcus, Sharon. "Placing Rosemary's Baby." Differences 5.3 (Fall 1993): 121-53.

McManis, Jo A. "Rosemary's Baby: A Unique Combination of Faust, Leda, and 'The Second Coming'. McNeese Review 20, (1971-1972): 33-36.

Silver, Anna K. "The Cyborg Mystique: The Stepford Wives and Second Wave Feminism." Arizona Quarterly 58.1 (Spr 2002): 109-26.

Valerius, Karyn. "Rosemary's Baby, Gothic Pregnancy, and Fetal Subjects." College Literature 32.3 (Sum 2005): 116-35.

Willson, Robert F., Jr. "From Novel to Film: De-Sinistering The Boys from Brazil." Literature/Film Quarterly 7 (1979): 322-24.

MLA Style Citation of this Web Page

Reuben, Paul P. "Chapter 10: Ira Levin." PAL: Perspectives in American Literature- A Research and Reference Guide. URL: http://www.paulreuben.website/pal/chap10/levin.html (provide page date or date of your login).
 

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