Volume 40, Number 3, Fall 1997

Table of Contents

Strindberg's Unknown Comedy

pp. 305-324
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Revisiting the Prozorovs

pp. 325-336
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Misrepresentation and Miscegenation: Reading the Racialized Discourse of Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire

pp. 337-346
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Visions of the Sightless in Friel's Molly Sweeney and Synge's The Well of the Saints

pp. 347-358
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The Failed Words of Brian Friel

pp. 359-373
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A Prison of Object Relations: Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro

pp. 374-384
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God and the Owls: The Sacred and the Profane in Adrienne Kennedy's The Owl Answers

pp. 385-402
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Brechtian Sexual Politics in the Plays of Howard Barker

pp. 403-413
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The Sense of an Ending: The Representation of Homosexuality in Brendan Behan's The Hostage

pp. 414-421
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Book Reviews

Vietnam Protest Theatre: The Television War on Stage by Nora M. Alter (review)

pp. 422-423
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The Life and Work of Harold Pinter by Michael Billington (review)

pp. 423-425
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The Edwardian Theatre: Essays on Performance and the Stage ed. by Michael R. Booth and Joel H. Kaplan (review)

pp. 425-427
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David Hare: Moral and Historical Perspectives by Finlay Donesky (review)

pp. 427-429
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Franz Xaver Kroetz: The Construction of a Political Aesthetic by Michelle M. Mattson (review)

pp. 429-430
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Contributors

pp. 431-432
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