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Orkin, Martin 1985. Drama in South Africa: Ghandi in South Africa: the play. English Academy review, 2: 61-67.
Orkin, Martin 1986. Civility and the English colonial enterprise: notes on Shakespeare’s Othello. Theaoria, 68: 1-14. December.
Orkin, Martin 1987a. Cruelty, King Lear, and the South African Land Act, 1913. Shakespeare survey, 40: 135-143.
Orkin, Martin 1987b. The European challenge. Scenaria, 78: 47-48. July.
Orkin, Martin 1987c. Othello and the ‘plain face’ of racism. Shakespeare quarterly, 38(2): 166-188.
Orkin, Martin 1987d. Shakespeare against Apartheid. Craighall: Donker.
Orkin, Martin 1988a. Body and state in Blood knot / The Blood knot. South African theatre journal, 2(1): 17-34.
Orkin, Martin 1988b. Cruelty, King Lear, and the South African Land Act. In: Wells, Stanley (ed.) Current approaches to Shakespeare through language, text and theatre. (Shakespeare survey : an annual survey of Shakespearian study and production ; 40). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Orkin, Martin 1990. “This bit of the world is ours”: Butler’s national theatre of the fifties. South African theatre journal, 4(2): 87-98.
Orkin, Martin 1991a. Drama and the South African state. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.
Orkin, Martin 1991b. Shakespeare and the politics of “unrest”. English Academy review, 8: 85-97.
Orkin, Martin 1992. Whose popular theatre and performance? South African theatre journal, 6(2): 30-42.
Orkin, Martin 1993a. The politics of editing the Shakespearean text in South Africa. Current writing, 5(1): 48-59.
Orkin, Martin 1993b. Re-presenting The Tempest in South Africa (1955-1990). Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 6: 45-60.
Orkin, Martin 1995. Introduction to At The Junction: Four Plays by the Junction Avenue Theatre Company. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.
Orkin, Martin 1996. Possessing the book and peopling the text. Essays in theatre, 15(1): 45-57.
Orkin, Martin 1996b. Whose popular theatre and performance? In Davis, Geoffrey V. & Fuchs, Anne (eds.) Theatre and change in South Africa. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishing. p. 49-64.
Orkin, Martin 1997a. Shakespeare against apartheid. Johannesburg: Ad Donker.
Orkin, Martin 1997. Whose things of darkness? Reading/representing The tempest in South Africa. In Joughin, John J. (ed.) Shakespeare and national culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press. p. 142-169.
Orkin, Martin 2005. Local Shakespeares: Proximations and Power. London and New York: Routledge.
Osborne, Jane 1990. The Gumboot dance: an historical, socio-economic and cultural perspective. South African theatre journal,, 4(2): 50-79.
Oude Libertas centre. 1977. Architect and builder, 27(12): 18-25.
Oude Libertas-sentrum: ‘n monument vir wyn. 1977. Wynboer, 552: 18-25.
An outsider’s impression on African drama. 1940. South African outlook. 70:126.
Overall, Fiona Robyn 1984. The plays of Guy Menga : theatre and liberation. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand. (MA(Dramatic Art) thesis).