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  Volume 27, Number 1, Spring 1984

Table of Contents

Grotowski's Akropolis: A Retrospective View

pp. 1-20

Contexts for Vatzlav: Mrożek and the Eighteenth Century

pp. 21-40

Feasts in Time of the Plague: Polish Theatre and Drama, Post-Solidarity

pp. 41-54


pp. 55-58

Marek Nowakowski: Everyday Life under Communism

pp. 59-63

The Pragmatics of Dialogue in the Theatre of St.I. Witkiewicz

pp. 64-79

On Dramaturgic Agents and Krleža's Agential Structure: The Types as a Key Level

pp. 80-97

High Points of Theatre in the First Czechoslovak Republic

pp. 98-111

Ethics at the Crossroads: The Czech "Dissident Writer" as Dramatic Character

pp. 112-123

Václav Havel's Second Wind

pp. 124-132

A Little Country's Little Alphabet of Modern Man's Biggest Problems

pp. 133-137

Book Reviews

A Critical Introduction to Twentieth-Century American Drama: Volume One, 1900-1940 by C.W.E. Bigsby (review)

pp. 138-139

Eugene O'Neill by Normand Berlin (review)

pp. 140-142

Canters and Chronicles: The Use of Narrative in the Plays of Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter by Kristin Morrison (review)

pp. 142-144

Tom Stoppard's Plays by Jim Hunter (review)

pp. 144-145

Understudies: Theatre and Sexual Politics by Michelene Wandor (review)

pp. 145-148

Contemporary Drama and the Popular Dramatic Tradition in England by Peter Davison (review)

pp. 148-149

Paul Claudel by Bettina L. Knapp (review)

pp. 149-151

The Work: Conversations with English-Canadian Playwrights ed. by Robert Wallace and Cynthia Zimmerman (review)

pp. 151-153

Chekhov and the Vaudeville: A Study of Chekhov's One-Act Plays by Vera Gottlieb (review)

pp. 153-154


pp. 155-156

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