restricted access   Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 1968

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Contributors

p. iii


Brecht: An Aristotelian Malgre Lui

pp. 111-121

Bertolt Brecht and the Noh Drama

pp. 122-131

Theory and Practice in Artaud and Carballido

pp. 132-142


p. 142

Friedrich D├╝rrenmatt as Wolfgang Schwitter: An Autobiographical Interpretation of The Meteor

pp. 143-150

Genet and Gelber: Studies in Addiction

pp. 151-156

The Birth of Dion Boucicault

pp. 157-163

The Lost Past in Death of a Salesman

pp. 164-172

Mr. Pinter's Belinda

pp. 173-179

Self-Revelation in An Ideal Husband

pp. 180-186

The Cocktail Party and the Illusion of Autonomy

pp. 187-194

Modern Drama: A Selective Bibliography of Works Published in English in 1967

pp. 195-213

Book Reviews

The Theatre of Commitment by Eric Bentley (review)

pp. 214-217

The Federal Theatre, 1935-1939 by Jane De Hart Mathews (review)

pp. 217-218

A Guide to the Theatre and Drama Collections at the University of Texas by Frederick J. Hunter (review)

p. 218

The World of Melodrama by Frank Rahill (review)

pp. 219-220