restricted access   Volume 43, Number 4 (T 164), Winter 1999

Table of Contents

From: TDR: The Drama Review

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German Brecht, European Readings

pp. 7-11

Brecht's Modernity: Notes to an Enraptured Author

pp. 12-15

Newness and Pleasure: Mahagonny Songs

pp. 16-26

"...just an invented word"

pp. 27-30

Editorial Principles in the Berlin and Frankfurt Edition of Bertolt Brecht's Works

pp. 31-39

Brecht Muller: German-German Brecht Images before and after 1989

pp. 40-49


pp. 50-52

The Performance of Translation: Benjamin and Brecht on the Loss of Small Details

pp. 53-59

Brecht's Gestus: Brecht and C.P. Cavafy. And Heiner Muller

pp. 60-64

Brecht in Hollywood: Hangmen Also Die and the Anti-Nazi Film

pp. 65-76

Brecht, Feminism, and Chinese Theatre

pp. 77-85

Einar wie Eva: Towards an Economy of the Feminine in Schleef's Puntila

pp. 86-94

Aleksandar Lukac: Theatre Offensives from Belgrade to Toronto

pp. 95-112

The Lehrstuck as Performance

pp. 113-121

The Making of a Document: An Approach to Brecht's Fatzer Fragment

pp. 122-128

Skin, Body, and Presence in Contemporary European Choreography

pp. 129-140

Representing "Awarishness": Burlesque, Feminist Transgression, and the 19th-Century Pin-up

pp. 141-162


Destination Culture: Tourism, Museums, and Heritage, and: Spectacular Nature: Corporate Culture and the Sea World Experience, and: Weird and Wonderful: The Dime Museum in America (review)

pp. 163-169

Soul: Black Power, Politics, and Pleasure, and: Scenes of Subjection: Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth-Century America (review)

pp. 169-175

Staging Resistance: Essays on Political Theatre, and: Radical Street Performance: An International Anthology (review)

pp. 175-178