restricted access   Volume 13, Number 3, Fall 1970

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Contributors

p. iii


The Freedom of the German Repertoire

pp. 237-246


p. 246

Preliminary Notes on the German Dramaturg and American Theater

pp. 254-258

The Invisible Theater: The Rise of Radio Drama in Germany after 1945

pp. 259-269

Duerrenmatt's Physicists and the Tragic Tradition

pp. 270-275

Dürrenmatt's Play Strindberg

pp. 276-283

The Lonely Baal: Brecht's First Play as a Parody of Hanns Johst's Der Einsame

pp. 284-303

Peter Weiss's Marat/Sade

pp. 304-315

Interview with Martin Walser

pp. 316-323

German Drama in Poland After World War II

pp. 324-335

Book Review

The Playwright As Entertainer.

pp. 336-340

Fragments of a Journal by Eugène Ionesco (review)

pp. 341-342

Das Groteske und das Absurde Im Modernen Drama by Arnold Heidsieck (review)

pp. 342-343

Friedrich Dürrenmatt by Armin Arnold (review)

pp. 343-344

Frank Wedekind by Sol Gittleman (review)

pp. 344-345

The Making of T. S. Eliot's Plays by E. Martin Browne (review)

pp. 345-346