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  Volume 11, Number 4, Winter 1968

Table of Contents

Ibsen's Wild Duck

pp. 347-355
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Bernard Shaw and Psychoanalysis

pp. 356-375
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Note

p. 375

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

pp. 376-381
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The Uncommon Cocktail Party

pp. 382-395
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A Note on "Yeats on the Possibility of an English Poetic Drama"

pp. 396-399
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Deirdre: The "Mingling of Contraries" in Plot and Symbolism

pp. 400-403
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J. M. Synge's Deirdre of the Sorrows: Beauty Only

pp. 404-409
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Brecht's Galileo: Its Development from Ideational into Ideological Theater

pp. 410-422
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Note

p. 422

Biblical Perversions in Desire Under the Elms

pp. 423-428
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Educating the Prophets

pp. 429-431
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Adultery and Disappointment in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

pp. 432-436
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Old and New in London Now

pp. 437-446
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Book Reviews

Le Théâtre Moderne Depuis la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale (review)

pp. 447-448
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Harold Pinter by Arnold Hinchliffe (review)

pp. 448-449
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Etude sur le Théâtre Dada et Surréaliste by Henri Béhar (review)

p. 449
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Love as Death in The Iceman Cometh by Winifred Dusenbury Frazer (review)

pp. 449-450
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Existence and Imagination, the Theatre of Henry de Montherlant by John Batchelor (review)

pp. 450-451
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The Piscator Experiment: The Political Theatre by Maris Ley-Piscator (review)

pp. 451-452
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Provincial Drama in America, 1870-1916—A Casebook of Primary Materials ed. by Paul T. Nolan (review)

pp. 452-453
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Indian Dances: Their History and Growth by Rina Singha and Reginald Massey (review)

p. 454
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You Never Can Tell by Bernard Shaw (review)

p. 455
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American Theatre ed. by John Russell Brown and Bernard Harris (review)

pp. 455-456
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The Contributors

p. iii
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Research Areas

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