Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1965

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii
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Berenger, Protagonist of an Anti-Playwright

pp. 127-133
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Modern Drama: Library Collections

p. 133
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John Whiting and the Theme of Self-Destruction

pp. 134-141
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The Glass Menagerie: From Story to Play

pp. 142-149
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The Psychoanalyzing of Eugene O'Neill: Postscript

pp. 150-155
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Dürrenmatt's Die Ehe des Herrn Mississippi: The Revision of a Play

pp. 156-160
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In Defense of Yeats as a Dramatist

pp. 161-166
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The Sea Gull and The Wild Duck: Birds of a Feather?

pp. 167-173
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Variations on a Theme: A Study of Exiles by James Joyce and The Great God Brown by Eugene O'Neill

pp. 174-184
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Beyond Realism: The Plays of Harold Pinter

pp. 185-191
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Roots: A Reassessment

pp. 192-197
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What Garrick Gaieties?: A Note on Reference and Source Material

pp. 198-203
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Modern Drama: A Selective Bibliography of Works Published in English in 1963-64

pp. 204-226
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Research in Modern Drama

p. 227
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Book Reviews

Mallarmé and the Symbolist Drama by Haskell M. Block (review)

p. 228
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The Loves of George Bernard Shaw by C. G. L. Du Cann (review)

pp. 229-230
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Les Théâtres D'Asie ed. by Jean Jacquot, and: Le Lieu Théâtral dans la Société Moderne ed. by Jean Jacquot and Denis Bablet (review)

pp. 230-233
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Lorca, a Collection of Critical Essays ed. by Manuel Duran (review)

pp. 233-234
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Theatre and Drama in the Making ed. by John Gassner and Ralph G. Allen (review)

pp. 235-236
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Pantomime: The Silent Theater by Douglas and Kari Hunt (review)

p. 236
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