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  Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1965

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii

Berenger, Protagonist of an Anti-Playwright

pp. 127-133

Modern Drama: Library Collections

p. 133

John Whiting and the Theme of Self-Destruction

pp. 134-141

The Glass Menagerie: From Story to Play

pp. 142-149

The Psychoanalyzing of Eugene O'Neill: Postscript

pp. 150-155

Dürrenmatt's Die Ehe des Herrn Mississippi: The Revision of a Play

pp. 156-160

In Defense of Yeats as a Dramatist

pp. 161-166

The Sea Gull and The Wild Duck: Birds of a Feather?

pp. 167-173

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

pp. 174-184

Beyond Realism: The Plays of Harold Pinter

pp. 185-191

Roots: A Reassessment

pp. 192-197

What Garrick Gaieties?: A Note on Reference and Source Material

pp. 198-203

Modern Drama: A Selective Bibliography of Works Published in English in 1963-64

pp. 204-226

Research in Modern Drama

p. 227

Book Reviews

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

p. 228

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

pp. 229-230

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

Lorca, a Collection of Critical Essays ed. by Manuel Duran (review)

pp. 233-234

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

pp. 235-236

Pantomime: The Silent Theater by Douglas and Kari Hunt (review)

p. 236

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