restricted access   Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 1961

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. 1

Experiment and Vision in Ionesco's Plays

pp. 3-19

A Note on Perception and Communication in Beckett's Endgame

pp. 20-22

The New Open-air Drama in France: Rediscovery and Renascence

pp. 23-30

Translation and Adaptation in the Contemporary Drama

pp. 31-41

The Theater of Albert Camus

pp. 42-53

Maeterlinck and the Quest for a Mystic Tragedy of the Twentieth Century

pp. 54-59

Benavente on Shakespearean Characters

pp. 60-62

The Prelate and the Pachyderm: Rear Guard and Vanguard Drama in the French Theater

pp. 63-71

The Vultures: Becque's Realistic Comedy of Manners

pp. 72-79


p. 79

The Stature of Arthur Schnitzler

pp. 80-91

Recent Developments and Problems in the Study of German Expressionist Drama

pp. 92-96

A Scene from an Unpublished Version of Frank Wedekind's Lulu-Tragedy

pp. 97-100

Book Reviews

Gustav Adolf by August Strindberg (review)

pp. 101-102

The Saga of the Folkungs. Engelbrekt by August Strindberg (review)

pp. 102-103

A Theater in Your Head by Kenneth Thorpe Rowe (review)

pp. 103-105

The First Five Lives of Annie Besant by Arthur H. Nethercot (review)

pp. 105-106

Books Received

pp. 107-108