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  Volume 9, Number 2, September 1966

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Contributors

p. iii

The Lonely Dream

pp. 127-135
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Toward a Poetic of Modern Realistic Tragedy

pp. 136-146
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Red Roses for Me: Fact and Symbol

pp. 147-152
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Cuban Drama Today

pp. 153-164
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Millay's Aria Da Capo: Form and Meaning

pp. 165-169
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Bergman in the Theater

pp. 170-177
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The Pioneers of Bertolt Brecht in America

pp. 178-189
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Note

p. 189
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Shaw's Collected Letters

pp. 190-194
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Note

p. 194
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Yeats on the Possibility of an English Poetic Drama

pp. 195-205
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The Fall and After: Albert Camus and Arthur Miller

pp. 206-209
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Modern Drama: A Selective Bibliography of Works Published in English in 1965

pp. 210-226
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Book Reviews

Brecht on Theatre: The Development of An Aesthetic ed. by John Willett (review)

pp. 227-228
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Le Theatre de Luigi Pirandello dans le Mouvement Dramatique Contemporain by Auréliu Weiss (review)

p. 228
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Samuel Beckett by William York Tindall, and: Lawrence Durrell by John Unterecker (review)

p. 229
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Directions in Modern Theatre and Drama by John Gassner (review)

p. 230
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Georg Büchner by Herbert Lindenberger (review)

pp. 230-231
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The Theatre of Revolt: Studies in Modern Drama from Ibsen to Genet by Robert Brustein (review)

pp. 231-234
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O Servidor da Humanidad ed. by Norberto Avila (review)

pp. 234-235
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