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  Volume 33, Number 4, Winter 1990

Table of Contents

Articles

On the Meaning of Performance in Samuel Beckett's Not I

pp. 455-469
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"The Curve Itself" in Jumpers

pp. 470-485
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Strindberg's Secondary Text

pp. 486-493
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Images of Women in Shepard's Theatre

pp. 494-506
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Feminizing the Frontier Myth: Masha Norman's The Holdup

pp. 507-517
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Defining Difference: Timberlake Wertenbaker's Drama of Language, Dispossession and Discovery

pp. 518-528
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The Plague and its Powers in Artaudian Theatre

pp. 529-542
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Tragedy in a Postmodern Vein Ugo Betti Our Contemporary?

pp. 543-552
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Brian Friel, Thomas Murphy and the Use of Music in Contemporary Irish Drama

pp. 553-562
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Saint Isobel: David Hare's The Secret Rapture as Christian Allegory

pp. 563-574
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Book Reviews

The Reign of the Theatrical Director: French Theatre, 1887-1924 by Bettina L. Knapp (review)

pp. 575-576
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Beyond Minimalism: Beckett's Late Style in the Theatre by Enoch Brater (review)

pp. 576-577
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Tragic Drama and the Family: Psychoanalytic Studies from Aeschylus to Beckett by Bennett Simon, M.D. (review)

pp. 578-580
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Peter Shaffer: Roles, Rites, and Rituals in the Theater by Gene A. Plunka (review)

pp. 580-581
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People Who Led to My Plays by Adrienne Kennedy (review)

pp. 581-583
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Clifford Odets by Gabriel Miller (review)

pp. 583-585
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A Formalist Theatre by Michael Kirby (review)

pp. 585-588
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Theatre of Shadows: Samuel Beckett's Drama, 1956-76 by Rosemary Pountney (review)

pp. 588-590
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Contributors

pp. 591-592
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Contents of Volume XXXIII

pp. 593-598
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Research Areas

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