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  Volume 41, Number 3, Fall 1998

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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In the Native State/Indian Ink: Footnoting the Footnotes on Empire

pp. 337-346

The (Un)Represented Fragmentation of the Body in Tennessee Williams's "Desire and the Black Masseur" and Suddenly Last Summer

pp. 347-354

The Mise en Scène of the Non-Euclidean Character: Wellman, Jenkin and Strindberg

pp. 355-370

J.M. Synge's The Playboy of the Western World and the Culture of Western Ireland under Late Colonial Rule

pp. 371-385

"Change the Joke[r] and Slip the Yoke": Boal's "Joker" System in Ntozake Shange's for colored girls ... and spell #7

pp. 386-398

Jean-Claude Grumberg's Holocaust Plays: Presenting the Jewish Experience

pp. 399-410

From "Horse Opera" History to Hall of Mirrors: Luis Valdez's Bandido!

pp. 411-422

Epiphanic Transformations: Lou Andreas-Salomé's Reading of Nora, Rebecca and Ellida

pp. 423-441

Fin-de-siècle Reflections and Revisions: Wertenbaker Challenges British Chekhov Tradition in The Break of Day

pp. 442-460

Will Godot Come by Bus or through a Trace?: Discussion of a Chinese Absurdist Play

pp. 461-473

Mattogrosso: The Postmodernist Stage in Brazil

pp. 474-482

Book Reviews

Contemporary African American Female Playwrights: An Annotated Bibliography by Dana A. Williams (review)

pp. 483-484

Down the Nights and Down the Days: Eugene O'Neill's Catholic Sensibility by Edward L. Shaughnessy (review)

pp. 484-486

Harold Pinter and the New British Theatre by Keith Peacock (review)

pp. 486-488

The History of Southern Drama by Charles S. Watson (review)

pp. 488-490

Sam Shepard and the American Theatre by Leslie A. Wade, and: The Theatre of Sam Shepard: States of Crisis by Stephen J. Bottoms (review)

pp. 490-492

The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams ed. by Matthew C. Roudané (review)

pp. 493-496

Women and Victorian Theatre by Kerry Powell, and: Ibsen's Women by Joan Templeton (review)

pp. 496-499

Robert Lepage: Connecting Flights: Robert Lepage in Conversation with Rémy Charest by Rémy Charest (review)

pp. 499-500

Oscar Wilde: Myths, Miracles, and Imitations by John Stokes (review)

pp. 501-502

Gender and the Italian Stage: From the Renaissance to the Present Day by Maggie Günsberg (review)

pp. 502-504

The Cambridge Companion to Arthur Miller ed. by Christopher Bigsby (review)

pp. 504-506


pp. 507-508

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