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  Volume 28, Number 3, Fall 1985

Table of Contents

Beckett's Three Dimensions: Narration, Dialogue, and the Role of the Reader in Play

pp. 330-340

Beckett's Catastrophe

pp. 341-347

The Director-Playwright Relationship of Louis Jouvet and Jean Giraudoux

pp. 348-354

Alexandre Dumas's Kean: An Adaptation by Jean-Paul Sartre

pp. 355-361

The Politics of Theater: Play, Deceit, and Threat in Genet's The Blacks

pp. 362-376

The Family and Society in the Plays of Ionesco

pp. 377-387

Dreams, Myth, and Politics in Ionesco's L'Homme aux valises

pp. 387-396

Artaud and the Balinese Theatre

pp. 397-412

A Sense of Direction: The Author in Contemporary French Theater

pp. 413-430

Patriarchy, Sexuality and Oedipal Conflict in Buero Vallejo's El concierto de San Ovidio

pp. 431-450

Theater of Impotence: The One-Act Tragedy at the Turn of the Century

pp. 451-461

The Art and the Business of W.S. Gilbert's Engaged

pp. 462-473

W. Stanley Houghton: An Introduction and Bibliography

pp. 474-489

A Hermit Dramatized

pp. 490-499

Book Reviews

New Theatre Voices of the Seventies: Sixteen Interviews from Theatre Quarterly 1970-1980 ed. by Simon Trussler (review)

pp. 500-503

Theatrewritings by Bonnie Marranca (review)

pp. 503-505

Henrik Ibsen by David Thomas (review)

pp. 505-506

The Art and Mind of Shaw: Essays in Criticism by A.M. Gibbs (review)

pp. 506-508

Bishop of Everywhere: Bernard Shaw and the Life Force by Warren Sylvester Smith (review)

pp. 508-510

Tom Stoppard by Thomas Whitaker (review)

pp. 510-512

Samuel Beckett by Charles R. Lyons (review)

pp. 512-513

Salesman In Beijing by Arthur Miller (review)

pp. 513-514


pp. 515-516

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