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  Volume 28, Number 1, Spring 1985

Table of Contents

Cinema, Theater and Opera: Modern Drama as Ceremony

pp. 1-21
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Samuel Beckett's Media Plays

pp. 22-37
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All That Fall as "a Play for Radio"

pp. 38-47
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Toward a Poetics of Television Technology: Beckett's Nacht und Träume and Quad

pp. 48-54
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The Transformation of a Pinter Screenplay: Freedom and Calculators in The French Lieutenant's Woman

pp. 55-70
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The Basement: Harold Pinter on BBC-TV

pp. 71-82
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Drama into Film: The Shaffer Situation

pp. 83-98
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Drama and the Media in Britain

pp. 99-109
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Screening the Camera's Eye: Black and White Confrontations of Technological Representation

pp. 110-124
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The Filmic Cut and "Switchback" in the Plays of Sam Shepard

pp. 125-138
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Imitating an Icon: John Erman's Remake of Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire

pp. 139-147
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Murderous Enactments: The Media's Presence in the Drama

pp. 148-161
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Two Mephistos: A Study in Dialectics

pp. 162-170
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Film and Theatre: Some Revisionist Propositions

pp. 171-179
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Book Reviews

Dictionary of Literary Biography Documentary Series: An Illustrated Chronicle ed. by Margaret A. Van Antwerp and Sally Johns (review)

pp. 180-182
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J.M. Synge by Eugene Benson (review)

pp. 182-184
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New German Dramatists by Denis Calandra (review)

pp. 184-185
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Contributors

pp. 186-188
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Research Areas

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