Volume 24, Number 4, Winter 1981

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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The Politics of Anxiety: Contemporary Socialist Theatre in England

pp. 393-403
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Creativity and Commitment in Trevor Griffiths's Comedians

pp. 404-423
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Snoo Wilson: Enfant Terrible of the English Stage

pp. 424-435
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David Mercer and the Mixed Blessing of Television

pp. 436-444
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This, That and the Other: The Critic and the Alternative Theatre

pp. 445-457
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The Search for Epic Drama: Edward Bond's Recent Work

pp. 458-478
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Bond's Restoration

pp. 479-493
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The Dumb Waiter: Pinter's Play with the Audience

pp. 494-502
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Cinematic Fidelity and the Forms of Pinter's Betrayal

pp. 503-513
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Orton's Loot as "Quotidian Farce": The Intersection of Black Comedy and Daily Life

pp. 514-524
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The Optical Allusion: Perception and Form in Stoppard's Travesties

pp. 525-539
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Adultery is Next to Godlessness: Dramatic Juxtaposition in Peter Nichols's Passion Play

pp. 540-545
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Bond, Shaffer, Stoppard, Storey: An International Checklist of Commentary

pp. 546-556
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Book Reviews

Bond: A Study of his Plays by Malcolm Hay and Philip Roberts (review)

pp. 557-559
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Frescoes of the Skull: The Later Prose and Drama of Samuel Beckett by James Knowlson and John Pilling (review)

pp. 559-560
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Just Play: Beckett's Theater by Ruby Cohn (review)

pp. 561-562
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Dictionnaire du théâtre. Termes et concepts de l'analyse théâtrale by Patrice Pavis (review)

pp. 563-564
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Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, and: To the Third Empire: Ibsen's Early Drama by Brian Johnston (review)

pp. 564-568
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Pirandello: An Approach to his Theatre by Olga Ragusa (review)

pp. 568-570
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Anarchism in the Dramas of Ernst Toller by Michael Ossar (review)

pp. 570-572
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Theatre and Alchemy by Bettina L. Knapp (review)

pp. 572-574
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Contributors

pp. 575-576
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Contents of Volume XXIV

pp. 577-582
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