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  Volume 11, Number 4, Winter 1968

Table of Contents

Ibsen's Wild Duck

pp. 347-355

Bernard Shaw and Psychoanalysis

pp. 356-375


p. 375

Ghelderode's Red Magic: Gold and the Use of the Christian Myth

pp. 376-381

The Uncommon Cocktail Party

pp. 382-395

A Note on "Yeats on the Possibility of an English Poetic Drama"

pp. 396-399

Deirdre: The "Mingling of Contraries" in Plot and Symbolism

pp. 400-403

J. M. Synge's Deirdre of the Sorrows: Beauty Only

pp. 404-409

Brecht's Galileo: Its Development from Ideational into Ideological Theater

pp. 410-422


p. 422

Biblical Perversions in Desire Under the Elms

pp. 423-428

Educating the Prophets

pp. 429-431

Adultery and Disappointment in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

pp. 432-436

Old and New in London Now

pp. 437-446

Book Reviews

Le Théâtre Moderne Depuis la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale (review)

pp. 447-448

Harold Pinter by Arnold Hinchliffe (review)

pp. 448-449

Etude sur le Théâtre Dada et Surréaliste by Henri Béhar (review)

p. 449

Love as Death in The Iceman Cometh by Winifred Dusenbury Frazer (review)

pp. 449-450

Existence and Imagination, the Theatre of Henry de Montherlant by John Batchelor (review)

pp. 450-451

The Piscator Experiment: The Political Theatre by Maris Ley-Piscator (review)

pp. 451-452

Provincial Drama in America, 1870-1916—A Casebook of Primary Materials ed. by Paul T. Nolan (review)

pp. 452-453

Indian Dances: Their History and Growth by Rina Singha and Reginald Massey (review)

p. 454

You Never Can Tell by Bernard Shaw (review)

p. 455

American Theatre ed. by John Russell Brown and Bernard Harris (review)

pp. 455-456

The Contributors

p. iii

Research Areas


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