Volume 28, Number 4, Winter 1985

Table of Contents

The Circle Closed: A Psychological Reading of The Glass Menagerie and The Two Character Play

pp. 517-534
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History and Other Spectres in Arthur Miller's The Crucible

pp. 535-552
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Past, Present, and Future Converged: The Place of More Stately Mansions in the Eugene O'Neill Canon

pp. 553-562
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To Damascus I: Reading the Set

pp. 563-580
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What Makes a Masterpiece?: Ibsen and the Western World

pp. 581-590
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Why Does Hedda Gabler Marry Jørgen Tesman?

pp. 591-610
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Elizabeth Robins and the 1891 Production of Hedda Gabler

pp. 611-619
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W.B. Yeats and Florence Farr: The Influence of the "New Woman" Actress on Yeats's Changing Images of Women

pp. 620-637
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Shaw's Comedy of Disillusionment

pp. 638-658
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Theatre at the Limit: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

pp. 659-669
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Semiotics and Nonsemiotics in Performance

pp. 670-676
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Towards a Redefinition of Dramatic Genre and Stage History

pp. 677-687
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Book Reviews

Eugene O'Neill's Critics: Voices from Abroad ed. by Horst Frenz and Susan Tuck (review)

pp. 688-690
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Brecht in Context: Comparative Approaches by John Willett, and: Beyond Brecht ed. by John Fuegi, Gisela Bahr, and John Willett (review)

pp. 690-695
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Contributors

pp. 696-697
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Contents of Volume XXVIII

pp. 699-704
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