Volume 36, Number 4, Winter 1993

Table of Contents

The Theatre of Thomas Murphy and Federico García Lorca

pp. 481-489
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Moscow Gold and Reassessing History

pp. 490-498
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Caryl Churchill's Mad Forest: Polyphonic Representations of Southeastern Europe

pp. 499-511
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The Devil and David Mamet: Sexual Perversity in Chicago as Homiletic Tragedy

pp. 512-518
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The Way of the World according to Mario Fratti

pp. 519-528
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"Through Soundproof Glass": The Prison of Self-Consciousness in The Glass Menagerie

pp. 529-537
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Bernard Shaw's The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles: A New Approach

pp. 538-546
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Lips Together, Teeth Apart: Another Version of Pastoral

pp. 547-555
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Morality in Pirandello's Come tu mi vuoi

pp. 556-568
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Sweeney, Becket, and the "Marina Figure" in Eliot's Modern Plays

pp. 569-577
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The Clever Dog and the Problematic Hare

pp. 578-581
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Book Reviews

Jean Giraudoux, The Legend and the Secret by Jacques Body (review)

pp. 582-583
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Tom Stoppard and the Craft of Comedy: Medium and Genre at Play by Katherine E. Kelly (review)

pp. 583-585
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The Theatrical Instinct: Nikolai Evreinov and the Russian Theatre of the Early Twentieth Century by Sharon Marie Carnicke (review)

pp. 585-586
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Bertolt Brecht's Art of Dissemblance by Tony Calabro (review)

pp. 587-588
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Contributors

pp. 589-590
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Contents of Volume XXXVI

pp. 591-596
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