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  Volume 4, Number 3, Fall 1961

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. 1

The House on the North Circular Road: Fragments from a Biography

pp. 223-233
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The Sources and Themes of The Plough and the Stars

pp. 234-242
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O'Casey's Dramatic Apprenticeship

pp. 243-253
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Sean O'Casey and the Road to Expressionism

pp. 254-259
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O'Casey's Dramatic Symbolism

pp. 260-267
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"The Rageous Ossean": Patron-Hero of Synge and O'Casey

pp. 268-291
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Synge and the Celtic Revival

pp. 292-299
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A Player's Reflections on Playboy

pp. 300-305
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Note

p. 305

Synge's Last Play: "And a Story Will Be Told For Ever"

pp. 306-313
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The Making of the Playboy

pp. 314-323
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Sean O'Casey: A Biography and an Appraisal

pp. 324-328
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Book Reviews

Children's Theatre by Jed H. Davis and Mary Jane Watkins (review)

p. 329
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American Dramatic Literature: Ten Modern Plays in Historical Perspective ed. by Jordan Y. Miller (review)

pp. 330-331
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Dionysus in Paris: A Guide to Contemporary French Theater by Wallace Fowlie (review)

pp. 331-332
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How to Become a Musical Critic by Bernard Shaw (review)

pp. 332-335
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Books Received

Books Received

p. 336
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Research Areas

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