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  Volume 38, Number 1, Spring 1995

Table of Contents


pp. 1-3

John Gay, Bertolt Brecht, and Postcolonial Antinationalisms

pp. 4-21

Homeless Words: Field Day and the Politics of Translation

pp. 22-41

"Spectacular Resistance": Metatheatre in Post-Colonial Drama

pp. 42-51

Theatre and Caribbean Self-Definition

pp. 52-59

The Uses of Nostalgia: Drama, History, and Liminal Moments in South Africa

pp. 60-70

National Battles: Canadian Monumental Drama and the Investiture of History

pp. 71-86

When the Cutting Edge Cuts Both Ways: Contemporary Scottish Drama

pp. 87-96

Smashing Temples: Cultural Symptoms of the 1980s in Australian Mainstage Comedy and Farce

pp. 97-108

Reconstruction of Legend in Contemporary Panjabi Drama in India

pp. 109-122

Post-, "Grapes," Nuts and Flakes: "Coach's Corner" as Post-Colonial Performance

pp. 123-130

Book Reviews

The Plays of Caryl Churchill by Amelia Howe Kritzer (review)

pp. 131-132

Joyce, O'Casey, and the Irish Popular Theater by Stephen Watt (review)

pp. 132-133

British Theatre in the 1890s: Essays on Drama and the Stage ed. by Richard Foulkes (review)

pp. 134-135

Confronting Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire": Essays in Critical Pluralism ed. by Philip C. Kolin (review)

pp. 135-138

Communists, Cowboys, and Queers: The Politics of Masculinity in the Work of Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams by David Savran (review)

pp. 138-140

The Rites of Passage of Jean Genet: The Art and Aesthetics of Risk Taking by Gene A. Plunka (review)

pp. 140-141

Partnership in the German Theatre: Zuckmayer and Hilpert, 1925-1961 by William Grange (review)

pp. 141-143

Peter Handke by Richard Arthur Firda (review)

pp. 143-144


pp. 145-146

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