**Books:**

- J. Bernstein,
*Quantum Profiles*(Princeton, 1991). [Contains lengthy accounts of discussions with John Bell.] - P.C.W. Davies and J.R. Brown (eds.),
*The Ghost in the Atom*(Cambridge, 1986) [Contains an interesting interview with John Bell.] - M. Jammer,
*The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics*(New York, 1974). - S. Treiman, R. Jackiw, B. Zumino and E. Witten,
*Current Algebra and Anomalies*(Princeton and Singapore, 1985). - A.I.M. Rae,
*Quantum Physics: Illusion or Reality*(Cambridge, 1986). - M. Redhead,
*Incompleteness, Nonlocality and Realism, a Prolegomenon to the Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics*(Oxford, 1987). - E. Squires,
*The Mystery of the Quantum World*(Bristol, 1994) - A. Whitaker,
*Einstein, Bohr and the Quantum Dilemma*(Cambridge, 1996). - S.L. Braunstein,
*Quantum Computing: Where do we Want to Go Tomorrow?*(Chichester, 1999). - R.A. Bertlmann,
*Anomalies in Quantum Field Theory*(Oxford, 2000). - M.A. Nielsen and I.L. Chuang,
*Quantum Computation and Quantum Information*(Cambridge, 2000).

**Articles:**

- M. Bell, John Bell and accelerator physics,
*Europhysics News***22**(1991), 72. - A. Whitaker, John Bell and the most profound discovery of science,
*Physics World***12**(12) (1998), 29-34. - P.G. Burke and I.C. Percival, John Stewart Bell,
*Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society***45**(1999), 1-17. - R. Jackiw and A. Shimony, The Depth and Breadth of John Bell's Physics,
*Physics in Perspective***4**(2002), 78-116. - A.Whitaker, John Stewart Bell, in:
*Physicists of Ireland: Passion and Precision*(M.McCartney and A. Whitaker, eds.) (Bristol, 2002) - B. Holstein, Anomalies for Pedestrians,
*American Journal of Physics***61**(1993), 142-147. - H.P. Stapp, Are superluminal connections necessary?,
*Nuovo Cimento***40B**(1977), 191-205. - J.F. Clauser, M.A. Horne, A. Shimony and R.A. Holt, Proposed experiment to test hidden-variable theories,
*Physical Review Letters***23**(1969), 880-884 - M.A.B. Whitaker, Theory and experiment in the foundations of quantum theory,
*Progress in Quantum Electronics***24,**1-106 (2000). [This review contains many references to the sizeable literature concerning the applications of Bell's work in quantum theory.]**Collected works of John Bell:** - J.S. Bell,
*Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics*(Cambridge, 1987).

[Contains nearly all Bell's papers on quantum theory.] - J.S. Bell,
*Quantum Mechanics, High Energy Physics and Accelerators*(Singapore, 1995) (edited by M. Bell, K. Gottfried and M. Veltman).

[Contains a selection of papers on these topics.] - J.S. Bell,
*John S. Bell on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics*(Singapore, 2001).

[The appropriate articles from Ref. 22]**Proceedings of conferences on Bell and his works:** - J.T. Cushing and E. McMullin (eds.),
*Philosophical Consequences of Quantum Theory: Reflections on Bell's Theorem*(Notre Dame, 1989). *5.*A. van der Merwe, F. Selleri, and G. Tarozzi (eds.),*Bell's Theorem and the Foundations of Modern Physics*(Singapore, 1992).- J. Ellis and D. Amati (eds.),
*Quantum Reflections*(Cambridge, 2000). - R.A. Bertlmann and A.Zeilinger (eds.),
*Quantum (Un)speakables: from Bell to Quantum Information*(Berlin, 2002).

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