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  Volume 36, Number 1, Spring 1993

Table of Contents

"Emotional Territory": An Interview with Sam Shepard

pp. 1-11

A Worm in the Wood: The Father-Son Relationship in the Plays of Sam Shepard

pp. 12-26

Tina Howe's Secret Surrealism: Walking a Tightrope

pp. 27-37

Speed-the-Plow and Speed the Plough: The Work of the Earth

pp. 38-47

The Killer's Ancient Mask: Unity and Dualism in Shepard's The Tooth of Crime

pp. 48-60

West's The Day of the Locust and Shepard's Angel City: Refiguring L.A. Noir

pp. 61-75

Cain, Canaanites, and Philistines in Sam Shepard's True West

pp. 76-82

"A Population [and Theater] at Risk": Battered Women in Henley's Crimes of the Heart and Shepard's A Lie of the Mind

pp. 83-95

Aborted Rage in Beth Henley's Women

pp. 96-108

Jessie and Thelma Revisited: Marsha Norman's Conceptual Challenge in 'night, Mother

pp. 109-119

Shifting the Paradigm: Shepard, Myth, and the Transformation of Consciousness

pp. 120-130

An American Cowboy on the English Fringe: Sam Shepard's London Audience

pp. 131-146

States of War in Sam Shepard's States of Shock

pp. 147-166

Book Reviews

Feminist Rereadings of Modern American Drama ed. by June Schlueter (review)

pp. 167-168

Conversations with Eugene O'Neill ed. by Mark W. Estrin, and: Songs of American Experience: The Vision of O'Neill and Melville by Marc Maufort (review)

pp. 169-170

The Performance of Power: Theatrical Discourse and Politics ed. by Sue-Ellen Case and Janelle Reinelt (review)

pp. 170-172

Eugene O'Neill's Century: Centennial Views on America's Foremost Dramatist ed. by Richard F. Moorton, Jr. (review)

pp. 173-174


pp. 175-177

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