Volume 26, Number 4, Winter 1983

Table of Contents

Counterpoint, Absence and the Medium in Beckett's Not I

pp. 407-414
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Beckett's Actor

pp. 415-424
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The Anatomy of Beckett's Eh Joe

pp. 425-434
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"Faint, though by no means invisible": A Commentary on Beckett's Footfalls

pp. 435-446
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The Theatrics of Triangular Trysts, or Variations on a Form: Labiche, Vitrac, Beckett

pp. 447-454
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"Minting their Separate Wills": Tennessee Williams and Hart Crane

pp. 455-476
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Hamlin Garland's Under the Wheel: Regionalism Unmasking America

pp. 477-485
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Sam Shepard's Buried Child: The Ironic Use of Folklore

pp. 486-491
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America as Junkshop: The Business Ethic in David Mamet's American Buffalo

pp. 492-500
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Experimental Theatre and Semiology of Theatre: The Theatricalization of Voice

pp. 501-517
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Contradictions and Dualities in Artaud and Artaudian Theater: The Conquest of Mexico and the Conquest of Peru

pp. 518-527
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Simone de Beauvoir as Dramatist: Les Bouches Inutiles

pp. 528-535
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Carr's Views on Art and Politics in Tom Stoppard's Travesties

pp. 536-542
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Balancing the Equation

pp. 543-554
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Expressionism in the Contemporary Spanish Theatre

pp. 555-569
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Book Reviews

Ibsen: The Open Vision by John S. Chamberlain (review)

pp. 570-572
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Strindberg and the Poetry of Myth by Harry G. Carlson (review)

pp. 572-573
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Russian Dramatic Theory from Pushkin to the Symbolists ed. by Laurence Senelick (review)

pp. 573-575
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The Theatre of Meyerhold: Revolution on the Modern Stage by Edward Braun, and: Meyerhold at Work ed. by Paul Schmidt (review)

pp. 576-578
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Oskar Kokoschka: The Painter as Playwright by Henry I. Schvey (review)

pp. 578-580
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Peter Stein: Germany's Leading Theatre Director by Michael Patterson (review)

pp. 580-582
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Max Reinhardt by J.L. Styan (review)

pp. 582-583
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New American Dramatists: 1960-1980 by Ruby Cohn (review)

pp. 583-584
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Contributors

pp. 585-587
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Contents of Volume XXVI

pp. 588-593
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