Bibliography of Josefina Niggli's Work

Poetry

  • “A Tourist in a Mexican Town.” The Echo: The Rocky Mountain Magazine 6.2 (April 1928): 2. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Discontent.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 8.11 (November 1931): 10. Print.
    Also collected in Niggli’s Mexican Silhouettes (1931); see below. Hunter Library Special
    Collections, photocopy.
  • “Dona Perfecta.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 11.10 (October 1934): 18. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “False Blue.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 8.12 (December 1931): 20. Print.
    Also collected in Niggli’s Mexican Silhouettes (1928, 1931); see below. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Goat Herder’s Song.” Young Pegasus: Poems of Children N.v. N. i. (Spring 1928): 27. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Goat Herder’s Song.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 11.N.i. (July 1934): N. pag.
    Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “A Goat-Herder’s Song.” This Light: An Anthology of Catholic College Verse. Ed. Literary
    Society of Saint Joseph’s College Alumnae. N. p. N. p., 1930. 27. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “In Just That Hour.” The Logos Yearbook. N. p.: N. p., 1929. 154. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “L’Envoy.” The Logos Yearbook. N. p.: N. p., 1929. 156. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Portrait of a Mexican Idler.” Young Pegasus: Poems of Children. San Antonio: Carnegie Library Spring, 1928. 27. Print.
    In other bibliographies, the poem “Mexican Serenade” is credited not “Portrait of a Mexican Idler.” Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Mexico, My Beloved.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 8.10 (October 1931): 12. Print. Rpt. North American Review 240.N. i. (December 1935): 433. Print; The Carolina Play-Book 9.1: 7. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopies.
  • “Philosophy.” The Embryo: A Book of Verse 4.2 (October-November 1931). N. pag. Print.
  • “The Mexican Idler.” Interludes: A Magazine of Poetry and Prose 8.3-4 (Christmas 1931-32):
    54. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “The Pathway.” The Logos Yearbook. N. p.: N. p., 1928. 2. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “The Texas Child.” Main Avenue Huisache 1 October 1925: 2. Print.
    Niggli’s first publication.
  • “Three Chants to the Sun.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 10.9 (September 1935): 15. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
  • Mexican Silhouettes. Mexico: N. p., 1928. Print.
    This is an assumed Christmas gift due to the nature of the prologue which wishes the reader a “Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year.” Hunter Library Special Collection’s copy contains a hand-written note that states: “To Kathleen Young, with deep appreciation from Josephine Niggli.” (comma added) This edition includes the poems: “The Mexican Idler,” “A Goat – Herder’s Song,” “False Blue,” “Aztecan Fantasy,” “Monterrey,” “Goats at Evening,” “The Tortilla Girl” and “A Mexican Night Song.”
  • Mexican Silhouettes. San Antonio: Silhouette Press, 1931. Print.
    This edition of Mexican Silhouettes contains the poems: “A Garden at Night,” “False Blue,” “The Trumpet Call,” “Discontent,” “Mexican Serenade,” “The Mexican Idler,” “A Tourist in a Mexican Town,” “Goats at Evening,” “The Goat – Herder’s Song” and “The Hills of Mexico”. This edition also includes art prints not previously included in the 1928 edition.
  • “Mexican Night Song.” This Light: An Anthology of Catholic College Verse. Ed. Literary
    Society of Saint Joseph’s College Alumnae. N. p.:N. p., 1930. 26.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Chapel Hill.” The Carolina Play-Book 9.2 (June 1936): 49. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “A Prologue for The Drunkard.” The Carolina Play Book 9.3 (September 1936): 65. Print. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Nostalgia” The Carolina Magazine 14.1 (October 1935): 15. Print.
    Poem was previously considered unpublished. Entry for this poem is found in Niggli’s personal bibliography.
  • “A Space of Earth.” American Poetry Journal 3.1 (January 1935): 14. Print.
    Poem was previously unknown. Mentioned in Niggli’s personal bibliography.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Sonnet…Garcilasso de la Vega (1503-36) Translated by Josephine Niggli.” Poetry and Music: A Magazine of Verse and Tonal Art 11.12 [1934]: 5. Print.
    Poem was previously unverified with citations citing Poetry and not the aforementioned serial. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Mexican Lullaby.” Real Mexico 3. N. i. (December 1934-January 1935): 24. Print.
    This poem was previously considered unverified. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

Short Stories

  • “The Sacrifice.” The Logos Yearbook. N. p.:N. p., 1928. 67-69. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Kate Buys a Dress.” The Bright Scrawl of the Junior League of San Antonio 4.2 (November 1930): 5. Print.
  • “A Matter of Fourteen Hens.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 10.3 (March 1933): 15-16+. Print.
    This story according to Niggli’s notes in archive later becomes “The Plaza of Independence” included in Mexican Village. This story does not mirror “The Plaza of Independence” due to character’s names have changed, locations and actions have also changed. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “The White Shawl.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 10.6 (June 1933): 15-16+. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
  • “Slippers for the Bride.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 12.2 (February 1935): 12-15+. Print.
    This short story, according to Niggli’s personal notes in the archive later becomes included in Mexican Village. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “This Bull ate Nutmeg.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 12.5 (May 1935): 13-14+. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
  • “Dust of Mexico.” Mexican Life: Mexico’s Monthly Review 12.7 (July 1935): 23-24+. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Betrothal in Hidalgo.” Senior Scholastic 14 Apr. 1946: 25-26+. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Salt in the Air.” Collier’s 11 Oct. 1947: 14-15+. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Salt in the Air.” Argosy 9.8 (N. d.1948): 59-64. Print.
  • “A Visitor for Dominguez.” ’47 the Magazine of the Year N. v.. N. i (August 1947): 122-128. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Call Them Dreams.” PAX. 3.1-2 (Winter 1985-1986): 98-102. Print.
    This work was published posthumously two years after Ms. Niggli’s death. This work was submitted by John Igo who also wrote the introduction. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “One-Room Inn.” The American Girl: For All Girls 34.11 (November 1951): 12-13+. Print.
    This short story was previously considered unpublished. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “The End of a Long Siesta.” Vogue 56.4 (N. d.): 93+. Print.
    This short story was an unknown work by Niggli. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

Nonfiction Articles

  • Letter. Theater Arts Monthly 19.6 (June 1935): 469. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Log of the Show-Bus: The Carolina Playmakers’ Thirty-Third Tour.” The Carolina Play-Book. 8.4 (December 1935): 123-26. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “A Note on Mexican Pronunciation.” The Carolina Play-Book 9.1 (March 1936): 30. Print. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “Proportion in Writing.” The Writer: The Oldest Magazine for Literary Workers 66.1 (January 1953): 300-301. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “On The Book Shelf.” Rev. of The Raven and Shadow on the Rocks, by Willa Cather.  The Bright Scrawl of the Junior League of San Antonio. N.v. N.i. (October 1931): 15. Print. 
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • “The Book Shelf.” Rev. of Murder at Hazelmoor, by Agatha Christie; The Ten Commandments, by Warwick Deeping; Rhapsody in Gold, by Arthur Sumers Roche.  The Bright Scrawl of the Junior League of San Antonio. N.v. N.i. (November 1931): 18. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
  • "Book Reviews.” Rev. of Merrily I Go to Hell, by Lady Mary Cameron;  The Best Plays of 1930-31, edited by Burns Mantle. The Bright Scrawl of the Junior League of San Antonio. N.v. N.i. (N.d.): 16. Print.
    Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

Plays

  • Sorella. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. San Antonio, Texas. 18 Nov. 1932. Performance.
    Never published; script cannot be located.

      • Tooth or Shave. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 13 Nov. 1935. Performance.
        Rept. in Niggli’s anthology Mexican Folk Plays. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • The Cry of Dolores. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 25 Apr. 1936. Performance.
      • The Fair God. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 3 Dec. 1936. Performance.
        Never published in its entirety; an excerpt from final scene published in The Carolina Play-Book 9.4 (December 1936): N. pag. Print. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Soldadera. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 27 Feb. 1936. Performance. Rpt. The Best One Act Plays of 1937. Ed. Maragaret Mayorga. New York: Dodd, 1938. 25-71. Print; The Carolina Play-Book 9.1: 8-30. Print; Mexican Folk Plays. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina P, 1938.
      • Azteca. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 25 Apr. 1936. Performance. Rpt. Mexican Folk Plays. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina P, 1938. Print.
      • The Red Velvet Goat. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 25 April 1936. Performance. Rpt. One Act Play Magazine 1.3 (July 1937): 250-70. Print; American Folk Plays, Ed. F.H. Koch. N.p.: Appleton-Century, 1939. 247-75. Print; International Folk Plays. Ed. Samuel Selden. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1949. 139-222. Print.
      • Sunday Costs Five Pesos. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 25 April 1936. Performance. Rpt. One Act Play Magazine 1.9 (January 1938): 786-820. Print; Mexican Folk Plays. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina P, 1938. N. pag. Print; Invitation to Drama: One Act Plays for Secondary Schools, Ed. Andrew A. Orr. London: Edward Arnold/MacMillian, 1962. N. pag. Print; 15 International One Act Plays. Ed. John and Mollie Gassner. New York: Washington Square P, 1972. N. pag. Print.
      • Sunday Costs Five Pesos. By Josephina Niggli. OP. Libretto by Josephina Niggli. Dir. Charles Haubiel. Perf. Charlotte Opera Association. Charlotte, North Carolina. Sept. 1950.
      • “Rev. of Sunday Costs Five Pesos.” Musical Courier 1 Dec. 1950: N. pag. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Singing Valley. By Josephina Niggli. 15 July 1936. Performance. Rpt. Adventures in Playmaking: Four Plays by Carolina Playmakers. Ed. John W. Parker. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1968. 5-71. Print.; The Carolina Play-Book 9.4 (December 1936): N. pag. Print. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • “Singing Valley.” Diss. U of North Carolina, 1936. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections has a draft of her thesis with hand-written notes from Niggli and another individual. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • This is Villa! By Josephina Niggli. Perf. [1938]. Performance. Rpt. The Best One-Act Plays of 1938. Ed. Margaret Mayorga. New York: Dodd, 1939. N. pag. Print; One-Act Play Magazine 2.7 (January 1939): 611-38. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • This Bull Ate Nutmeg. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. [1937]. Performance. Rpt. Contemporary One-Act Plays. Ed. William Kozlenko. New York: Charles Scribner, 1938. 115-44. Print; Plays without Footlights. Ed. Esther E. Galbraith. New York: Harcourt, 1945. 23-54. Print; Within the Americas. Ed. Elizabeth Collette et al. Boston: Ginn, 1946. N. pag. Print.
      • Miracle at Blaise. By Josephina Niggli. Performance. 25 Non-Royalty One-Act Plays for All-Girl Casts. Ed. Betty Smith. New York: Greenberg, 1942. 1-21. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections has manuscript that appears without a formal title except for the handwritten one in the top right hand corner: “Miracle at Blaise.” This manuscript appears to be a final draft that would have been sent to publication.
      • The Faces of Deka. By Josephina Niggli. Performance. 25 Non-Royalty One-Act Plays for All-Girl Casts. Ed. Betty Smith. New York: Greenberg, 1942. 270-90. Print.
        This was published under the pseudonym of Michael Morgan. This is the only known published work by Niggli under that name.
      • Crime in Granada. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 7 Feb. 1942. Performance.
        Fifth play in series “Men in Action” by the Carolina Playmakers. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • The Ring of General Macias. By Josephina Niggli. Performance. Rpt. Twenty Prize-Winning Non-Royalty One-Act Plays. Ed. Betty Smith. New York: Greenburg, 1943. N. pag. Print; Close Up: A Collection of Short Plays. Ed. Sylvia Z. Brodkin. New York: Globe Book, 1970. N. pag. Print.
        According to Niggli’s own records, this story was never prize-winning and was written especially for this edition. The manuscript in the collection appears to be a draft of the published version due to evidence of names of characters being changed, location and setting is different than published work. The manuscript also appears to be lacking much of the detail and story line of the published work. There is no date or other evidence that provides a timeline for when this manuscript was written. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • Serenata. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. Aug. 1953. Performance.
      • Lightning from the East. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. [1965]. Dir. Shawn Smith. San Antonio, Texas. San Jose Mission Fiesta
        Never published and script cannot be located.
      • May Day Pageant. By Josephina Niggli. Perf. 8 May 1942. Performance.
        Hunter Library Special Collections has manuscript. On May 2nd, 1942 in the Daily Tar Heel Ms. Niggli was mentioned by name as the writer of the pageant titled “Carolina Meets the Challenge” in the May 8th, 1942 printing of the Daily Tar Heel. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

      Books

      • Mexican Folk Plays. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1938. Print.
        This anthology includes Tooth or Shave, Soldadera, The Red Velvet Goat, Azteca and Sunday Costs Five Pesos. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • Mexican Village. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1945. Print.
        Hunter Library owns two copies of 1945 edition with one including a hand-written note stating: “For my momma with much love – Josephina” with a date of September 14th, 1945. Also in the collection is the 1994 edition. Plays without Footlights. Ed. Esther E. Galbraith. New York: Harcourt, 1945. 23-54. Print. There is mention of Niggli’s upcoming novel West of Saddle Mountain (25). This is an assumed working title of Mexican Village due to the evidence that Hidalgo is west of Horse Saddle Mountain and both Mexican Village and Plays without Footlights were published in 1945, which coincides with the release date of Mexican Village.
      • Pointers of Playwriting. Boston: The Writer, 1945. Print.
      • Pointers on Radio Writing. Boston: The Writer, 1946. Print.
      • Step Down, Elder Brother. New York: Rinehart, 1947. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • Mexican Village. Trans. Justina Ruiz-de-Conde. New York: Norton, 1949. Print.
      • A Miracle for Mexico. New York: New York Graphic Society, 1964. Print.
        Collection has an early manuscript titled “The Grace of Guadalupe” including hand-written notes and revisions. Hunter Library Special Collections, print.
      • New Pointers of Playwriting. Boston: The Writer, 1967. Print.
        This is a revised and enlarged edition of 1945 edition.
      • Step Down, Elder Brother. Trans. David Toscana. Monterrey. Nuevo Leon: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 2003. Print.

      Unpublished Works

      • Beat the Drum Slowly. There is one titled manuscript in collection. Also four other manuscripts are assumed to be drafts of the same unpublished work. There are repeating characters, locations and story lines throughout these manuscripts. There is no chronological indication on these drafts with the exception of one have a date on the first page and hand written date noting “Accepted”. The only known citation of this work is in: Spearman, Walter. North Carolina Writers. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1949. 45, 49. Print. This citation indicates that Rinehart Publishing was the intended publisher but no evidence could be found to indicate publication.
      • Farewell, Mama Carlotta. New York Times writes in 1949 that Rinehart publishing will soon publish but no evidence of publication is found.
      • Green Grow the Rushes. Hunter Library Special Collections has only known manuscript of this unpublished work. There is no indication of when this manuscript was written except for the fact that Niggli’s parent’s address is indicated on the manuscript. This manuscript is also posted on Alexander Street Press’s Latino Literature database.
      • Maximilian and Carlota. There is an excerpt from this play printed in The Carolina Play-Book 9: 4 (N. d.): 100. Print. No record of publication or production can be found.

      Book Reviews for Mexican Village

      • Adams, Mildred. “People of Nuevo Leon.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. New York Times. 16 Dec. 1945: 16. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • American Library Association. “Classified Books: Fiction.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. Book List 42.3. (15 Oct. 1945): 56-57. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Beals, Carleton. “Mexican Grass Roots.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. Saturday Review of Literature 28.N.i. (13 Oct. 1945): 46. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Beardsley, William A. “Un Pueblo Mexicano by Josephina Niggli: Justina Ruiz-de-Conde.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. Modern Language Journal 34.4 (April 1950): 329-330. Print.
        This is a review of the Spanish translation of Mexican Village. Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Burris, Quincy Guy. “Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. University of North Carolina Press. $3.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. Survey Graphic 34.11 (November 1945): 454-455. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Jackson, Joseph Henry. “As Dumas Might Write Middletown.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review 7 Oct. 1945: 5. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Piper, Norah. “The Peacock Sheds His Tail. Alice Tisdale Hobart. Bobbs. $2.75. Mexican Village. Josephina Niggli. North Carolina. $3.00.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. The Commonweal 14 Dec. 1945: 241. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Prescott, Orville. “New Books.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. The Yale Review. 35.N. i. (Winter 1946): 384. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Thorning, Joseph F. “Mexican Village. By Josephina Niggli. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. $3.00.” Rev. of Mexican Village by, Josephina Niggli. The Catholic World 162.N. i. (December 1945): 279. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • “Mexicans of the North: The Bookshelf.” Rev. of Mexican Village, by Josephina Niggli. The Christian Science Monitor 3 Nov. 1945: 16. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

      Book Reviews for Step Down, Elder Brother

      • Adams, Mildred. “Social Evolution in Monterrey.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. New York Times 8 Feb. 1948: 26. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • American Library Association. “Classified Books: Fiction.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Book List 44.9 (1 Jan. 1948): 166. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Glenn, Eunice. “As on a Darkling Plain.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. The Sewanee Review 56.2 (Spring 1948): 351-359. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Jackson, Joseph Henry. “A Bookman’s Notebook: New Mexican Novel.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. San Francisco Chronicle 9 Feb. 1948: 16. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • . “Step Down, Elder Brother.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Kirkus Reviews 1 Dec. 1947: 655. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Prescott, Orville. “Step Down, Elder Brother.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. The Yale Review 37.N. i. (Spring 1948): 576. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Rey, Agapito. “Mexican Village. By Josephina Niggli. (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1945. Pp. xiv + 492. $3.00.).” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Journal of American Folk-lore 60.3 (July-September 1947): 326-327.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Schwinn, Bonaventure. “Step Down, Elder Brother. Josephina Niggli. Rinehart. $3.00.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. The Commonweal 1 Dec. 1947: 259. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Sherbinn, Betty de. “Mores in Monterrey.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Saturday Review of Literature 24 Jan. 1948: 18+. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • “New Books.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Wisconsin Library Bulletin 1 Jan. 1948: 22. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Wolfe, Bertram D. “Young Mexicans in Revolt.” Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review 22 Feb. 1948: 2. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Chicago Sun 29 Jan. 1948: 38. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
        Rev. of Step Down, Elder Brother, by Josephina Niggli. Open Shelf N. v..N. i. (January 1948): 4. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.

      Book Reviews for Pointers on Playwriting

      • American Library Association. “New Books: Literature.” Rev. of Pointers on Playwriting, by Josephina Niggli. Book List 42.5 (N. d.): 92. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Terry, C.V.. “Curtain Going Up.” Rev. of Pointers on Playwriting, by Josephina Niggli. New York Times 4 Nov. 1945: 24. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.
      • Rev. of Pointers on Playwriting, by Josephina Niggli. Theatre Arts 30.1 (January 1946): 62. Print.
        Hunter Library Special Collections, photocopy.   

      © Bibliography compiled by Bobby Willover, undergraduate student majoring in English, Western Carolina University, Summer 2009.  

      Editor’s note: This bibliography follows the MLA Style Guide 3rd edition. The purpose of the annotations is to give the reader pertinent or interesting bibliographic information about the work and its location within Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library. Where there is missing bibliographic information, there will be initials showing that information could not be found at this time. When brackets are used in connection with dates, this is an approximation of the publication date.

       

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