restricted access   Volume 7, Number 1, Spring 1964

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii
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1963 Modern Drama Conference

p. 1
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The Trouble with Lorca

pp. 2-15
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Thematic Patterns in Lorca's Blood Wedding

pp. 16-27
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Casona and Lorca: A Brief Comparison

pp. 28-34
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James Bridie and the Prodigal Son Story

pp. 35-45
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Modern Drama: Library Collections

p. 45
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The Living and the Dead in All My Sons

pp. 46-51
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Arthur Miller and the Common Man's Language

pp. 52-59
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"Drop a Tear . . .": Henry James Dramatizes Daisy Miller

pp. 60-64
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Naturalist Drama and Galsworthy

pp. 65-78
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Imagery in the Comedies of Christopher Fry

pp. 79-88
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The Drama of Carlos Solórzano

pp. 89-100
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Book Reviews

Saint Genet: Actor and Martyr by Jean-Paul Sartre (review)

pp. 101-103
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Bosie, the Story of Lord Alfred Douglas, His Friends and Enemies by Rupert Croft-Cooke, and: Oscar Wilde, the Aftermath by H. Montgomery Hyde, and: The Importance of Being Oscar by Michéal Mac Liammóir (review)

pp. 103-107
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The Theatre of Garcia Lorca by Robert Lima (review)

pp. 107-108
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Notebooks 1935-1942 of Albert Camus by Philip Thody (review)

pp. 108-109
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Discussions of Henrik Ibsen ed. by James Walter McFarlane (review)

p. 109
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Avant-Garde: The Experimental Theater in France by Leonard Cabell Pronko (review)

p. 110
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