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  Volume 33, Number 3, Fall 1990

Table of Contents


"More than Just a Little Chekhovian": The Sea Gull as a Source for the Characters in The Glass Menagerie

pp. 313-321

The Role of Ariane Mnouchkine at the Théâtre du Soleil

pp. 322-332

David Mamet and Ben Jonson: City Comedy Past and Present

pp. 333-346

A Serious City Comedy: Fe-/Male History and Value Judgments in Caryl Churchill's Serious Money

pp. 347-362

"Think what you are saying": Verbal Politics in the Early Plays Of Handke and Kroetz

pp. 363-379

Tom Stoppard Journalist: through the Stage Door

pp. 380-393

"Coming Down in the World": Motifs of Benign Descent in Three Plays by Terence Rattigan

pp. 394-408

At the End of The Great Radical Tradition?: Recent Plays by Howard Brenton

pp. 409-418

The Essential Continuity of Sean O'Casey

pp. 419-433

Marriage, Metaphysics and The Lady from the Sea Problem

pp. 434-444

Book Reviews

Russian Drama of the Revolutionary Period by Robert Russell, and: Russian and Soviet Theater, 1905-1932 by Konstantin Rudnitsky (review)

pp. 445-447

Staging O'Neill: The Experimental Years, 1920-1934 by Ronald H. Wainscott (review)

pp. 447-448

The Banished Prince: Time, Memory, and Ritual in the Late Plays of Eugene O'Neill by Laurin Porter (review)

pp. 449-450

The Contemporary Spanish Theater: A Collection of Critical Essays ed. by Martha T. Halsey and Phyllis Zatlin (review)

pp. 450-452


pp. 453-454

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