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  Volume 24, Number 3, Fall 1981

Table of Contents

Exiles, The Great God Brown, and the Specter of Nietzsche

pp. 251-269
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Ethical Perversity in America: Some Observations on David Mamet's American Buffalo

pp. 270-275
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J. M. Synge on the Irish Dramatic Movement: an Unpublished Article

pp. 276-281
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Hauptmann's Hannele: Naturalistic Fairy Tale and Dream Play

pp. 282-291
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The Politics of Brutality: Toward a Definition of the Critical Volksstück

pp. 292-313
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"Give o'er the play": Closure in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author

pp. 314-322
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Shakespearean and Pirandellian: Hamlet and Six Characters in Search of an Author

pp. 323-329
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Dramatists at (Meta) Play: Shakespeare's Hamlet, II, ii, II. 410-591 and Pirandello's Henry IV

pp. 330-337
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Madness, Revenge, and the Metaphor of the Theater in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Pirandello's Henry IV

pp. 338-352
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Opening Closure

pp. 353-356
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Chekhov and the Contemporary Theatre

pp. 357-366
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Suggestions about the Social Origins of Semiotic Practice in the Theater, with the Example of Alphonse Daudet's Arlésienne

pp. 367-378
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Book Reviews

Lillian Hellman by Doris V. Falk, and: Lillian Hellman by Katherine Lederer, and: Rachel Crothers by Lois C. Gottlieb (review)

pp. 379-384
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Lillian Hellman: An Annotated Bibliography by Steven H. Bills, and: Lillian Hellman, A Bibliography: 1926-1978 by Mary Marguerite Riordan (review)

pp. 385-387
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The Theatre of Friedrich Dürrenmatt: A Study in the Possibility of Freedom by Kenneth S. Whitton (review)

pp. 387-388
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Les Voies de la création théâtrale ed. by René Bablet (review)

pp. 388-390
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Contributors

pp. 391-392
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Research Areas

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