STELLA KON References  
The author thanks ARUNAMARIE MANUELRAYAN for use of this reference list which was compiled as part of her AZS413 research project.

References
I) Primary materials 
a) Kon, Stella Dragon’s Teeth Gate (1990)
b) Kon, Stella Emily of Emerald Hill: A Monodrama (Republished 2000) SNP Publication Pte. Ltd.
c) Kon, Stella Emporium and Other Plays (Republished 2000) SNP Publication Pte. Ltd.
d) Kon, Stella Eston (1995) EPB Publishers
e) Kon, Stella The Immigrant and Other Plays (Republished 2000) SNP Publication Pte. Ltd.
f) Kon, Stella The Scholar and the Dragon (republished 2000 ) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
g) Kon, Stella Prize winning Plays – ‘Trial’ and ‘The Bridge’ (republished 2000 ) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
h) Kon, Stella A Breeding Pair comprising ‘Z for Zygote’ and ‘To Hatch a Swan’ (published 2001) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
i) Kon, Stella Silent Songs and Other Plays, including ‘Dragon’s Teeth Gate’ and ‘City of Splendour’ (published 2000) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
j) Kon, Stella Butterflies Don’t Cry  (published 2000) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
k) Kon, Stella Dracula and Other Stories (republished 2000) SNP Edition Pte. Ltd.
l) 22 Malaysian Stories ed. Lloyd Fernando Heinemann Education Books (Asia) Ltd.
m) Singapore Short Stories Volume 1 ed. Robert Yeo Heinemann Education Books (Asia) Ltd.
n) Prize Winning Plays 1 (1977) ed. Robert Yeo Federal Publication
o) The Flowering Tree ed. Edwin Thumboo 1933 
p) Stella Kon ‘Remembering Singapore Theatre’ 1998 organised by the Substation 
     (http://web.singnet.com.sg/~stelkon/)
q) Stella Kon Books (http://web.singnet.com.sg/~stelkon/SKBOOKS)
r)   Stella Kon Presentation for School (http://web.singnet.com.sg/~stelkon/
     Presentations)
s) ‘Emily of Emerald Hill’ Notes and Texts 
      (http://web.singnet.com.sg/~stelkon/Notes/)

II) Secondary materials from NUS Central Library/NIE Library/Internet
a) Of memory and desire: the stories of Gopal Baratham by Ban Kah Choon. Singaporean authors--Interviewing. Singapore: Times Books International, 2000. 
b) Interlogue Studies in Singapore Literature Vol. 4: Interviews by Kirpal Singh, Interview with Stella Kon
c) Gilbert, Helen. Sightlines: Race, Gender and Nation in Contemporary Australian Theatre. Ann Arbor MI: U of Michigan P, 1998. ---, ed. (Post)Colonial Stages: Critical and Creative views on Drama, Theatre, and Performance. London: Dangaroo Press, 1999. 
d) Chakravorty Spivak, Gayatri. A Critique of Postcolonial Reason: Toward a History of the Vanishing Present. Cambridge MA: Harvard UP, 1999. 
e) Singapore/Malaysia Fiction - Ban Kah Choon, PhD, Associate Professor and Chair,
Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore
f) Chia, Helen. Poignant symbols of a bygone era. Straits Times. Sect. 2: 2, Aug. 23, 1989. “Review of Emily of Emerald Hill’. [Microfilm]
g) Forou, J. C. A Story told, a cultural sub-type vitalized. New Straits Times: 12, Dec. 2, 1984. “Review of Emily of Emerald Hill’. [Microfilm]
h) Kon, S. Cross cultural influence in the work of a Singapore writer. IN Thumboo, Edwin, ed. Perceiving other worlds. Singapore: Times Academic Press for UniPress, 1991. Pp 305-317. [PR9698 Per]
i) Kon, S. The Migrant.  IN Thumboo, Edwin, ed. Perceiving other worlds. Singapore: Times Academic Press for UniPress, 1991. pp 318-319. “Comments on Language and Themes of her plays”. [PR9698 Per] Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore
j) Le Blond, Max. Kon, Stella. IN Benson, Euguene & Conolly, L.W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Rouledge, 1994
k) Sen-Gupta, Sumita. Review of the Scholar and the Dragon. Singapore Book World, 17(1):89-90, 1986. [Z464.12 SBW] 
l) Sharp, Ilsa. ‘Go and do it yourself’: message lies beneath. Business Times, Feb. 6, 1978. “Review of Emporium and Other Plays.” (microfilm)
m) Zaibun Siraj. Stimulating plays for easy reading. New Nation, June 24, 1978. “review of Emporium and other plays”. [Microfilm]
n) Jennifer B. Ellingson '00, Postcolonial as literary Term – Reclaiming Voice or Stifling? 
o) Zandra I. Kambysellis '01, Language: Spoken or Written?
p) Adam M. Stolorow '98, Interviewing My Own Authoritative Voice: Definition, Usefulness, and Limitations of the Term Postcolonial
q) David Washburn '98.5, Post-Colonialism: Trying to Regain Ethnic Individuality
r) Wong, Patricia May-Lynn. (2000). Writing and the Singapore Woman: Thoughts
for the New Millennium. Awareness (A Journal of the Association of Women for
Action and Research). V7
s)  Leong Liew Geok , More than Half the Sky 
t) Edwin Thumboo (ed) Piercing Other Worlds, Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1991
 

Additional References
…SHE ALSO WROTE PLAYS An International Guide to Women Playwrights from the 10th to the 21st Century  by SUSAN CROFT publs Faber & Faber in the UK, and by Faber Inc a branch of Farrar, Strauss and Giroux in the US.

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