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  Volume 7, Number 4, February 1965

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iv

German Theater Between the Wars

pp. 363-374

Paul Vincent Carroll—: Since The White Steed

pp. 375-381

From Naturalism to the Dream Play: A Study of the Evolution of Strindberg's Unique Theatrical Form

pp. 382-398

Arthur Adamov and Invaded Man

pp. 399-404

Peddler and Pioneer in Death of a Salesman

pp. 405-410

Body and Soul on Broadway

pp. 411-421

The Significance of Andre Gide's Oedipus

pp. 422-430

The Plays of D. H. Lawrence: Addenda

pp. 431-432

The Image of Youth in the Contemporary Theater

pp. 433-445

The Critic as Playwright: A Study Of Stark Young's The Saint

pp. 446-453

The Debasement of the Intellectual in Contemporary Continental Drama

pp. 454-462

Douglas Hyde's "Share" in The Unicorn from the Stars

pp. 463-465

Book Reviews

Henrik Ibsen by G. Wilson Knight (review)

pp. 466-467

Das Moderne Englische Drama by Horst Oppel (review)

pp. 467-468

Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen (review)

pp. 468-469

Complete Plays and Prose by Georg Büchner (review)

pp. 469-470

A Digest of 500 Plays: Plot Outlines and Production Notes by Theodore J. Shank (review)

pp. 470-471

Minority Report by Elmer Rice (review)

pp. 471-472

Michael Chekhov's to the Director and Playwright by Charles Leonard (review)

p. 472

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