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  Volume 12, Number 4, Winter 1969

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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South Africa's Plague: One View of The Blood Knot

pp. 331-345
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R. C. Trevelyan and His Edwardian Sisyphus

pp. 346-356
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Note

p. 356

The Grotesque Children of The Rose Tattoo

pp. 357-369
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Contemporary Serbian Drama: Several Layers of Reality

pp. 370-376
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O'Neill's Marco Millions: A Road to Xanadu

pp. 377-382
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The Brothel in O'Neill's Mansions

pp. 383-389
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Structure in the One-Act Play

pp. 390-398
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Joyce's Exiles: A Problem of Dramatic Stasis

pp. 399-407
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Textual Variations for Act IV of The Admirable Crichton

pp. 408-418
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Character, Conflict, and Meaning in The Wild Duck

pp. 419-427
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Note: Report on the Conference on "The Image of the Negro in American Films," Ferris State College, Big Rapids, Michigan, August 17-23, 1969

p. 428
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Book Reviews

Noel Coward by Milton Levin (review)

p. 429
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Ernst Toller and His Critics by John M. Spalek (review)

p. 430
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Drama Och Teater ed. by Egil Törnqvist (review)

pp. 430-431
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O'Neill's Scenic Images by Timo Tiusanen (review)

pp. 431-432
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Theatre in America: Appraisal and Challenge (review)

pp. 432-434
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Ramón Del Valle-Inclán: An Appraisal of His Life and Works ed. by Anthony N. Zahareas (review)

pp. 434-435

Chekhov, Observer Without Illusion by Daniel Grillès (review)

pp. 435-436
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Giraudoux: Three Faces of Destiny by Robert Cohen (review)

pp. 436-437

O'Neill: Son and Playwright by Louis Sheaffer (review)

pp. 437-438
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Rites of Modernization: Symbolic and Social Aspects of Indonesian Proletarian Drama by James L. Peacock (review)

pp. 439-440
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The Contributors

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