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  Volume 23, Number 4, Winter 1980

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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A Comment on this Special Issue

p. 1
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Peter Handke: The Staging of Language

pp. 327-338
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Politics and Poetry: Peter Handke's They Are Dying Out

pp. 339-345
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Peter Handke and the End of the "Modern"

pp. 346-366
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A Drama of Disease and Derision: The Plays of Thomas Bernhard

pp. 367-384
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"The Greatest Uncertainty": The Perils of Performance in Thomas Bernhard's Der Ignorant und der Wahnsinnige

pp. 385-392
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Moving into the Eighties: The German Theatre a Decade after the Breakthrough

pp. 393-403
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"Reject it, in order to possess it": On Heiner Müller and Bertolt Brecht

pp. 404-421
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The Drama of the German Democratic Republic since Brecht: An Outline

pp. 422-434
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The Emancipation of Dance: Pina Bausch and the Wuppertal Dance Theatre

pp. 435-447
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The Youth Plays of GRIPS

pp. 448-471
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The Theatre of Franz Xaver Kroetz

pp. 472-483
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The Plays of Bernhard, Bauer, and Handke: A Checklist of Major Critical Studies

pp. 484-491
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DDR-Dramatik: Major Critical Studies, 1966-78, of East German Playwrights

pp. 492-500
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Book Reviews

Modern Drama and German Classicism: Renaissance from Lessing to Brecht by Benjamin Bennett (review)

pp. 501-502
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The Theatre of Erwin Piscator by John Willett (review)

pp. 502-504
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The Dark Journey: John Whiting as Dramatist by Eric Salmon, and: Peter Shaffer by Dennis A. Klein (review)

pp. 504-507
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Dreams of Passion: The Theater of Luigi Pirandello by Roger W. Oliver (review)

pp. 507-508
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Contributors

pp. 509-510
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Contents of Volume XXIII

pp. 511-514
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