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  Volume 16, Number 2, Summer 1973

Table of Contents

Foreword

pp. 111-112
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Le Bourgeois ou la Poésie du Rire

pp. 113-116
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Commentaires

pp. 116-117
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Formal Patterns in The Iceman Cometh

pp. 119-128
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The Birth of Tragedy and The Great God Brown

pp. 129-140
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Conventional Albee: Box and Chairman Mao

pp. 141-147
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Timeless Relevance: Max Frisch's The Chinese Wall

pp. 149-156
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Faulkner's Drusilla and Ibsen's Hedda

pp. 157-161
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Religious Ritual in John Arden's Serjeant Musgrave's Dance

pp. 163-166
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Actions that a Man Might Play: Pinter's The Birthday Party

pp. 167-178
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Pinter's Landscape

pp. 179-183
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The Absurd and the Hyper-Articulate in Shaw's Dramatic Language

pp. 185-192
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Truth at the Bottom of a Well: Synge's The Well of the Saints

pp. 193-198
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The Polyvalence of the Theatrical Language in No Exit

pp. 199-205
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Book Reviews

Vintage Years of the Theatre Guild, 1928-1939 by Roy S. Waldau (review)

pp. 207-208
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Henrik Ibsen: The Divided Consciousness by Charles R. Lyons, and: Catiline's Dream. An Essay on Ibsen's Plays by James Hurt, and: Ibsen: A Critical Study by John Northam (review)

pp. 208-212
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Pinter: A Collection of Critical Essays ed. by Arthur Ganz (review)

pp. 212-213
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Erwin Piscator's Political Theatre: The Development of Modern German Drama by C. D. Innes (review)

pp. 213-215
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Dramatists in Canada: Selected Essays ed. by William H. New (review)

pp. 215-217
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Le Bourgeois or the Poetry of Laughter

pp. 217-220
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Comments

p. 220
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Contributors

p. 1
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Research Areas

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