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  Volume 27, Number 4, Winter 1984

Table of Contents

After Magritte, After Carroll, After Wittgenstein: What Tom Stoppard's Tortoise Taught Us

pp. 469-485

Ghost Trio: Pinter's Family Voices

pp. 486-493

The Fascination of Fascism: The Plays of Stephen Poliakoff

pp. 494-505

Mythic Levels in Shepard's True West

pp. 506-519

The American Dream in American Gothic: The Plays of Sam Shepard and Adrienne Kennedy

pp. 520-539

French Feminism and Theatre: An Introduction

pp. 540-545

Aller à la mer

pp. 546-548

Writing and Displacement: Women in Theatre

pp. 549-563

Comic Textures and Female Communities 1937 and 1977: Clare Boothe and Wendy Wasserstein

pp. 564-573

Language and Meaning in Megan Terry's 1970s "Musicals"

pp. 574-583

A Doll's House Revisited

pp. 584-603

Ibsen's Little Eyolf: Family Tragedy and Human Responsibility

pp. 604-615

The Master Builder and the Failure of Symbolic Success

pp. 616-636

A "Laingian" Reading of Pirandello's Henry IV

pp. 637-645

Book Review

Luigi Pirandello by Susan Bassnett-McGuire (review)

pp. 646-647


pp. 648-650

Contents of Volume XXVII

pp. 651-656

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