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  Volume 40, Number 4, Winter 1997

Table of Contents

Laying Blame: Gender and Subtext in David Mamet's Oleanna

pp. 433-441
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Feminism, Metatheatricality, and Mise-en-scène in Maria Irene Fornes's Fefu and Her Friends

pp. 442-453
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"It's only a paper moon": The Paper Ontologies in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire

pp. 454-467
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Female Victims and the Male Protagonist in Václav Havel's Drama

pp. 468-476
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Realism and the Female Subject in Jacqueline Rudet's Basin

pp. 477-488
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"We're all free to do as we're told": Gender and Ideology in Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing

pp. 489-501
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Breaching the Body's Boundaries: Abjected Subject Positions in Postcolonial Drama

pp. 502-513
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Re-Imaging the Black Woman's Body in Alexis De Veaux's The Tapestry

pp. 514-525
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"Like ... so many small theatres": The Panoptic and the Theatric in Long Day's Journey into Night

pp. 526-539
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The Chess Metaphor in Samuel Beckett's Endgame

pp. 540-552
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Book Reviews

A history of Scandinavian theatre by Frederick J. Marker and Lise-Lone Marker (review)

pp. 553-555
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Understanding Arthur Miller by Alice Griffin (review)

pp. 555-556
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The Emergence of the Modern American Theater 1914-1929 by Ronald H. Wainscott (review)

pp. 556-558
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Performing Asian America: Race and Ethnicity on the Contemporary Stage by Josephine Lee (review)

pp. 558-560
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Terence Rattigan: A Biography by Geoffrey Wansell (review)

pp. 560-561
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Contributors

pp. 563-564
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Contents of Volume XL

pp. 565-570
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Research Areas

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