restricted access   Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 1979

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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"Revolution" in The Iceman Cometh

pp. 1-8

Singing in the Wilderness: The Dark Vision of Eugene O'Neill's Only Mature Comedy

pp. 9-18

Long Day's Journey Into Night: From Early Notes to Finished Play

pp. 19-28

Toward a Third Stream Theatre: Lawrence Ferlinghetti's Plays

pp. 29-38

Sam Shepard's Angel City: A Movie for the Stage

pp. 39-46

Time and Harold Pinter's Possible Realities: Art as Life, and Vice Versa

pp. 47-60

The Anger in Equus

pp. 61-66

Serge Rezvani and France's Théâtre Ouvert—: Clash between Dramatist and Producer

pp. 67-77

Alejandro Casona and Nikolai Evreinov: Life as Theater

pp. 79-88

Book Reviews

The Dream Structure of Pinter's Plays: A Psychoanalytic Approach by Lucinda Paquet Gabbard (review)

pp. 89-92

Butter's Going Up by Steven H. Gale (review)

pp. 92-94

Theater and Revolution in France Since 1968 by Judith Graves Miller (review)

pp. 94-95

Contributors Notes

pp. i-ii