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  Volume 41, Number 4, Winter 1998

Table of Contents

How Old Is Dr. Rank?

pp. 509-522

Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom: Suzan-Lori Parks and the Shared Struggle to Perceive

pp. 523-532

The Drama of Lynching in Two Blackwomen's Drama, or Relating Grimké's Rachel to Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun

pp. 533-545

"It Seems Queer": The Censorship of Her Wedding Night

pp. 546-556

"Plotting the Apple of Knowledge": Tom Stoppard's Arcadia as Iterated Theatrical Algorithm

pp. 557-572

"Swapping Stories About Apollo and Cuchulainn": Brian Friel and the De-Gaelicizing of Ireland

pp. 573-583

Particular Myths, Universal Ethics: Wole Soyinka's The Swamp Dwellers in the New Nigeria

pp. 584-595

Angels in America as Medieval Mystery

pp. 596-606

Matter and Spirit in The Seagull

pp. 607-622

Happy Days: Beckett's Rescript of Lady Chatterley' s Lover

pp. 623-634

Maps of the World: "Neo-Jacobeanism" and Contemporary British Theatre

pp. 635-654

Book Reviews

The Contemporary British History Play by Richard H. Palmer (review)

pp. 655-657

The Cambridge Companion to Eugene O'Neill ed. by Michael Manheim (review)

pp. 657-658

Drama and Ideology in Modern Israel by Glenda Abramson, and: Yiddish Proletarian Theatre: The Art and Politics of the Artef, 1925-1940 by Edna Nahshon (review)

pp. 659-660

Staging Resistance: Essays on Political Theatre ed. by Jeanne Colleran and Jenny S. Spencer (review)

pp. 661-662

August Wilson: A Research and Production Sourcebook by Yvonne Shafer (review)

pp. 662-664

Langston Hughes: Folk Dramatist in the Protest Tradition 1921-1943 by Joseph McLaren (review)

pp. 664-665

Contents of Volume XLI

pp. 668-673


pp. 666-667

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