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  Volume 14, Number 4, Winter 1971

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Contributors

p. iii


Synge's Tragic Vision of the Old Mother and the Sea

pp. 363-372

The Spectator Seized by the Theatre: Strindberg's The Ghost Sonata

pp. 373-386

Dialect in the Plays of Sean O'Casey

pp. 387-391

The Ambivalence of The Cocktail Party

pp. 392-404

The Christian Concept in Murder in the Cathedral

pp. 405-407

Winterset: Four Influences on Mio

pp. 408-412

Joe Orton: His Brief Career

pp. 413-419

A Description of the Cornell Collection of Eugene O'Neill's Letters to George Jean Nathan

pp. 420-425

Theory and Performance in the Depression Theater

pp. 426-435

Chekhov's "Five Sisters"

pp. 436-440

Yeats's Symbolic Farce: The Player Queen

pp. 441-448

The Early Dramas of Reinhard Johannes Sorge: A Poet's Search for the Inner Light

pp. 449-454

Asian Theatre

pp. 455-462

Beyond the Waste Land: An Interpretation of John Whiting's Saints Day

pp. 463-477

Book Reviews

Harold Pinter by Ronald Hayman, and: Harold Pinter by John Russell Taylor, and: A Casebook on Harold Pinter's the Homecoming ed. by John Lahr (review)

pp. 478-479

Theatre and Nationalism in 20th-Century Ireland ed. by Robert O'Driscoll (review)

pp. 480-481

Ibsen: A Biography by Michael Meyer, and: Ibsen: A Portrait of the Artist by Hans Heiberg (review)

pp. 481-483

Brecht and Ionesco: Commitment in Context by Julian H. Wulbern (review)

pp. 483-485

Brendan by Ulick O'Connor (review)

pp. 485-486

Harold Pinter by Alrene Sykes, and: The Dramatic World of Harold Pinter-Its Basis in Ritual by Katherine H. Burkman (review)

pp. 486-487

The Writings of J. M. Synge by Robin Skelton, and: J. M. Synge and His World by Robin Skelton (review)

pp. 487-488

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