Volume 26, 2006

Table of Contents

From: SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies

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Special Issue: New Readings: Shaw at the Sesquicentennial

Guest Editor: MaryAnn K. Crawford and Heidi J. Holder

Introduction: Reading and Rereading Shaw Post-150 Years

pp. 1-5
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Bearing Witness: Heartbreak House and the Poetics of Trauma

pp. 6-26
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The Talking Cure

pp. 27-33
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Pre-Oedipal Shaw: "It's Always the Mother"

pp. 36-57
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What Runs (In) the Family: Iterated Retelling, Gender, and Genre In You Never Can Tell and Major Barbara

pp. 58-78
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The Ungendered Will and the Shavian Superman

pp. 79-99
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Doing Proper Things for Improper Reasons: Spiritual Ambivalence in Major Barbara

pp. 100-117
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Late Capitalism and the United States in The Apple Cart

pp. 118-134
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Shaw's Epic Theater

pp. 135-142
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Shaw Reinterpreted

pp. 143-161
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Shaw's Everyday Emergency: Commodification and John Bull's Other Island

pp. 162-179
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Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and the Shadow of a New Empire: John Bull's Other Island

pp. 180-193
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Colonial Locations of Contested Space and John Bull's Other Island

pp. 202-229
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Reviews

"Stump and Inkpot"

pp. 223-226
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An Inestimable Debt

pp. 226-229
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Shaw's Unwomanly Heroines

pp. 229-233
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Mrs Warren in Context

pp. 233-238
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Shaw the Erstwhile Novelist

pp. 239-243
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News for Theatergoers

pp. 242-244
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A Continuing Checklist of Shaviana

pp. 245-272
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 273-275
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Notices

Notices

pp. 276-277
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International SHAW Society News

International Shaw Society Mid-Year Newsletter

pp. 278-283
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