Volume 16, Number 3-4, Fall/Winter 1973

Table of Contents

Foreword

pp. 221-222
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John Synge and the Drama of His Time

pp. 223-237
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Shaw and the Passion of the Mind

pp. 239-250
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The Importance of Being Earnest: The Texture of Wilde's Irony

pp. 251-257
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Two Early Absurd Plays in England

pp. 259-264
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The Projector, The Mock Mason, and Miss Littlewood

pp. 265-268
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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: Theater of Criticism

pp. 269-277
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The Absurdity of Dread: Pinter's The Dumb Waiter

pp. 279-285
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Pinter's Old Times: The Memory Game

pp. 287-297
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Echoes of A Resounding Tinkle: N. F. Simpson Reconsidered

pp. 299-306
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The Ironic Anger of David Storey

pp. 307-316
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Embers and the Sea: Beckettian Intimations of Mortality

pp. 317-328
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Inside the Circle: On Rereading Blood Wedding

pp. 329-336
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Laudisi's Laughter and the Social Dimension of Right You Are (If You Think So)

pp. 337-346
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Encounters with Eduardo De Filippo

pp. 347-353
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Romain Weingarten's Stage Play Akara and the A-Temporal Realm

pp. 355-367
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Liberty Begins with the Comic

pp. 369-372
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Commentary

pp. 371-372
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The Modern Theatre as Autonomous Vehicle

pp. 373-391
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Book Reviews

Theatre Planning ed. by Roderick Ham (review)

pp. 393-394
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John Arden by Simon Trussler, and: Brendan Behan by Raymond J. Porter, and: John Osborne by Harold Ferrar (review)

pp. 394-396
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Modern World Drama: An Encyclopedia by Myron Matlaw, and: Crowell's Handbook of Contemporary Drama by Michael Anderson et al., and: The Reader's Encyclopedia of World Drama ed. by John Gassner and Edward Quinn (review)

pp. 396-401
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The Shavian Playground by Margery M. Morgan (review)

pp. 401-402
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Contributors

pp. 1-2
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