Volume 9, Number 4, February 1966

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii
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Introduction

p. 347
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Japanese Idea of a Theatre

pp. 348-357
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Ts'ao Yü, the Reluctant Disciple of Chekhov: A Comparative Study of Sunrise and The Cherry Orchard

pp. 358-372
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Medieval Artistic Elements in Japanese Folk Theater

pp. 373-388
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T'ien Han and the Romantic Ibsen

pp. 389-395
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The Social Role of Popular Theater of Southeast Asia

pp. 396-403
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Hung Teng Chi: The Red Lantern: an Example of Contemporary Chinese Dramatic Experimentation

pp. 404-411
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Mori Ōgai: Three Plays and the Problem of Identity

pp. 412-430
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Two Chinese Adaptations of Eugene O'Neill's The Emperor Jones

pp. 431-439
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Nakamura Kichizō's A Vicarage (1910) and Ibsen

pp. 440-450
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Book Reviews

Asian Drama: A Collection of Festival Papers ed. by Henry W. Wells (review)

p. 451
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Folk Theater of India by Balwant Gargi (review)

pp. 451-452
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The Great Po Sein: A Chronicle of the Burmese Theatre by Kenneth Sein and Jospeh A. Withey (review)

pp. 452-454
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Nippon Engeki Bunkashiwa (Episodes from the History of the Japanese Theater) by Shigetoshi Kawatake (review)

pp. 454-455
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Kabuki Costume by Ruth M. Shaver (review)

pp. 455-456
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Creativity in the Theatre: A Psychoanalytic Study by Philip Weissman (review)

pp. 459-461
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Modern Tragicomedy by Karl S. Guthke (review)

pp. 461-464
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The Library and Museum of the Performing Arts and Contemporary Theatre Architecture (review)

pp. 464-466
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Irish Renaissance ed. by Robin Skelton and David R. Clark (review)

p. 466
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James Bridie: Clown and Philosopher by Helen L. Luyben (review)

pp. 466-468
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Eugene O'Neill by Frederic I. Carpenter (review)

pp. 468-469
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Anouilh: A Study in Theatrics by John Harvey (review)

pp. 469-471
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The Drama of Comedy: Victim and Victor by Nelvin Vos (review)

pp. 471-472
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Acting Is Believing: A Basic Method by Charles McGaw (review)

p. 472
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