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  Volume 31, Number 4, Winter 1988

Table of Contents


The Theatre Breeds Comedy

pp. 473-478

J.M. Synge's Forms of Romance

pp. 479-494

Logician, Heal Thy Self: Poetry and Drama in Eliot's The Cocktail Party

pp. 495-511

Through a Cocktail Glass Darkly

pp. 512-519

Samuel Beckett and the Postmodern: Language Games, Play and Waiting for Godot

pp. 520-528

Adoption in Endgame

pp. 529-535

"Barbaric Laws, Barbaric Bonds": Arnold Wesker's The Merchant

pp. 536-547

Digging up Buried Child

pp. 548-556

Dominance and Anguish: The Teacher-Student Relationship in the Plays of David Mamet

pp. 557-570

Images in the Interstice: The Phenomenal Theater of Robert Wilson

pp. 571-587

Book Reviews

The Field of Drama: How the Signs of Drama Create Meaning on Stage and Screen by Martin Esslin (review)

pp. 588-589

Ingmar Bergman: A Project for the Theatre ed. by Frederick J. Marker and Lise-Lone Marker (review)

pp. 590-591

The Theatre of Tom Stoppard by Anthony Jenkins, and: Stoppard: The Playwright by Michael Billington (review)

pp. 591-594

Spiel und Politik: Aspekte der Komik bei Tom Stoppard by Beate Neumeier (review)

pp. 594-596

Noel Coward by Robert F. Kiernan, and: Noel Coward by Frances Gray (review)

pp. 596-598

The Chinese Conception of the Theatre by Hsu Tao-ching (review)

pp. 598-601


pp. 602-603

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