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  Volume 32, Number 4, Winter 1989

Table of Contents


Strindberg's Miss Julie and the Legend of Salome

pp. 469-484

Prisoners of Their Plots: Literary Allusion and the Satiric Drama of Self-Consciousness in Chekhov's Three Sisters

pp. 485-501

Brecht's Teacher

pp. 502-511

López Rubio and the Well-Made Metaplay

pp. 512-520

The Play of Language in Ionesco's Play of Chairs

pp. 521-531

From Italian Roots to American Relevance: The Remarkable Theatre of Dario Fo

pp. 532-544

Alternative Visions of Blanche DuBois: Uta Hagen and Jessica Tandy in A Streetcar Named Desire

pp. 545-560

Tom Stoppard: The Monological Imagination

pp. 574-586

Book Reviews

Modern Drama Scholarship and Criticism 1966-1980: An International Bibliography by Charles A. Carpenter (review)

pp. 587-588

Beckett Translating/Translating Beckett ed. by Alan Warren Friedman, Charles Rossman and Dina Sherzer, and: Beckett: Waiting for Godot ed. by Ruby Cohn (review)

pp. 588-592

New British Drama in Performance on the London Stage, 1970-1985 by Richard Allen Cave (review)

pp. 592-593

Roger Blin and Twentieth Century Playwrights by Odette Aslan (review)

pp. 593-596


pp. 597-598

Contents of Volume XXXII

pp. 599-604

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