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Rod Serling: Criticism and Reviews

SFReader.com has a review of Rod Serling's Night Gallery Reader.

The New York Times reviews Requiem for a Heavyweight.

The Fifth Dimension web site has links to other NYT reviews of Serling's work.

SciFi.com has a review of a new production of Serling's 1958 teleplay, A Town Has Turned to Dust.

Museum of Broadcast Communications has an essay on the Twilight Zone.

Additional criticism and review of Rod Serling's works can be found at your local public library.

The following reviews can be accessed online only by an individual who has a current library card through this address.

"Rod Serling: Overview."
Critic: Gary K. Wolfe.
St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers, 4th ed., edited by Jay P. Pederson, St. James Press, 1996.

"One of the handful of scriptwriters who consistently produced quality drama during American TV's Golden Age of the 1950s, Rod Serling demonstrated an interest in SF themes as early as 1956, when he…"

"Enemies Remake: New Cast, Familiar Theme."
Critic: Howard Rosenberg.

Source: Los Angeles Times, Home Edition, April 19, 1997, p. F-14 In his essay, "Rosenberg reviews In the Presence of Mine Enemies."

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