Volume 23, Number 3, Fall 1980

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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"The Formless Hunch": An Interview with Peter Brook

pp. 221-226
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Harold Pinter's Betrayal: The Patterns of Banality

pp. 227-237
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Pinter's Betrayal and the Comedy of Manners

pp. 238-245
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Pinter's Progress

pp. 250-257
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Violence and the Comic in the Plays of Edward Bond

pp. 258-268
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Beyond Politics in Bond's Lear

pp. 269-276
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Liturgy and Time in Counterpoint: A View of T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral

pp. 277-291
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Voices in the Cathedral: The Chorus in Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral

pp. 294-296
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Lascelles Abercrombie — Playwright

pp. 297-308
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Theatre Space: A Historical Overview of the Theatre Movement in Ghana

pp. 309-319
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Book Reviews

British Theatre since 1955: A Reassessment by Ronald Hayman, and: The New British Drama: Fourteen Playwrights since Osborne and Pinter by Oleg Kerensky (review)

pp. 320-323
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Theatre and Anti-Theatre: New Movements since Beckett by Ronald Hayman (review)

pp. 323-324
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Contributors

pp. 325-326
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