Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 1968

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Contributors

p. iii
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Dramatic Form: The Example of Godot

pp. 1-9
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Nigerian Drama in English

pp. 10-26
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Tennessee Williams' Persistent Battle of Angels

pp. 27-39
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Christopher Fry as Tragicomedian

pp. 40-47
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The Chain and the Circle: A Structural Comparison of Waiting for Godot and Endgame

pp. 48-53
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Edward Albee's Tiny Alice: A Note of Re-examination

pp. 54-60
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Confrontation and Escape in Two Social Dramas

pp. 61-72
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Propaganda and Art: Dramatic Theory and the American Depression

pp. 73-81
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Incongruous Humor in the Contemporary Spanish Theater

pp. 82-86
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Time, Fantasy, and Reality in Night of the Iguana

pp. 87-96
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Ugo Betti's Troubled Waters

pp. 97-108
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Book Reviews

Theater East and West: Perspectives Toward a Total Theater by Leonard C. Pronko (review)

p. 109
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Responses to Drama: An Introduction to Plays and Movies by Thelma Altshuler and Richard Paul Janaro (review)

p. 110
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