Volume 59, Number 3, October 2007

Table of Contents

From: Theatre Journal

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Editorial comment: the stakes of theatrical translation

pp. ix-xiii
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Forum

Encounters

pp. 349-352
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Thinking through Translation: The Psychophysical Dynamics of Direction

pp. 352-355
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Keywords and Contexts: Translating Theatre Theory

pp. 355-358
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Translating Greek Tragedy to the Modern Stage

pp. 358-361
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I like to take a Greek play

pp. 361-363
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Translating Greek Theatre

pp. 363-366
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Metamorphosis from a Distance

pp. 366-369
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Semper Fidelis

pp. 369-372
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Life, of Course

pp. 373-377
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Some Thoughts on García Lorca and the Arts of Translation

pp. 377-379
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Why Translation Matters

pp. 379-381
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Becoming Chocolate, a tale of racial translation

pp. 382-387
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Performing Translation in Contemporary Anglo-American Drama

pp. 389-410
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Adaptation as Appropriation: Staging Western Drama in the First Western-Style Theatres in Japan and China

pp. 411-429
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Translation as an Epistemological Paradigm for Theatre in the Americas

pp. 431-447
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Invisible Indigeneity: First Nations and Aboriginal Theatre in Japanese Translation and Performance

pp. 449-465
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Translation, Typography, and the Avant-Garde's Impossible Text

pp. 467-483
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Performance Review

Sonja Arsham Kuftinec, Editor

La Dernière Bande / Krapp's Last Tape, and: Oh les Beaux Jours (review)

pp. 485-488
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Damascus Theatre Festival (review)

pp. 488-491
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The Crucible, and: 4.48 Psychosis, and: King Lear, and: The Scholar and the Executioner, and: Crows and Sparrows (review)

pp. 491-493
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King Lear (review)

pp. 494-495
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Othello's Passion: A Kabuki Play (review)

pp. 495-497
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Hamlet: Blood on the Brain (review)

pp. 497-498
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Lit Moon World Shakespeare Festival (review)

pp. 498-502
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The Merchant of Venice (review)

pp. 502-504
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The Beaux' Stratagem (review)

pp. 504-506
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La Omisión de la Familia Coleman (review)

pp. 506-508
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Gatz (review)

pp. 508-509
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Argonautika (review)

pp. 509-511
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Eraritjaritjaka, Musée des Phrases (review)

pp. 511-513
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Must Don't Whip 'Um (review)

pp. 513-515
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The Internationalist (review)

pp. 515-516
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Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? (review)

pp. 516-517
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Hell House (review)

pp. 517-519
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Carrie (review)

pp. 519-520
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Highways 17th Birthday (review)

pp. 520-521
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Performance Review Erratum

p. 521
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Book Reviews

James Peck, Editor

Ethno-Techno: Writings on Performance, Activism, and Pedagogy (review)

pp. 523-524
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Encounters with Tadeusz Kantor (review)

pp. 524-525
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Samuel Beckett: Anatomy of a Literary Revolution (review)

pp. 526-527
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Trans-Global Readings: Crossing Theatrical Boundaries (review)

pp. 527-528
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Agamemnon in Performance, 458 BC to AD 2004 (review)

pp. 528-529
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Greek Tragedy and the British Theatre, 1660–1914 (review)

pp. 530-531
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Divine Fire: Eight Contemporary Plays Inspired by the Greeks (review)

pp. 531-533
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Staging Resistance: Plays by Women in Translation (review)

pp. 533-535
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The Concise Köchel (review)

pp. 535-536
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Nahuatl Theater, Volume 1: Death and Life in Colonial Nahua Mexico (review)

pp. 536-537
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Women on Stage in Stuart Drama (review)

pp. 537-539
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Shakespeare, Italy, and Intertextuality (review)

pp. 539-540
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Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism: Art, Theater, Philosophy (review)

pp. 540-541
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Operatic China: Staging Chinese Identity across the Pacific (review)

pp. 541-543
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Dancing Communities: Performance, Difference, and Connection in the Global City (review)

pp. 543-544
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 545-550
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