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  Volume 42, Number 3, Fall 1999

Table of Contents

Enter the Theatre (in between)

pp. 301-314
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Clever Blokes and Thick Lads: The Collapsing Tribe in Tom Murphy's A Whistle in the Dark

pp. 315-325
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Magic Meanings in Mamet's Cryptogram

pp. 326-337
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Shaw's Devil's Disciple: The Subversion of Melodrama/The Melodrama of Subversion

pp. 338-345
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Not about Nightingales: Tennessee Williams as Social Activist

pp. 346-362
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The Common Good: The Hare Trilogy

pp. 363-374
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Foreman FOR Every MAN: Pearls for Pigs

pp. 375-390
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Anger, Nostalgia, and the End of Empire: John Osborne's Look Back in Anger

pp. 391-400
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"Missing Mothers and Absent Fathers": Howard Barker's Seven Lears and Elaine Feinstein's Lear's Daughters

pp. 401-410
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Hidden Order in the "Stoppard Set": Chaos Theory in the Content and Structure of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia

pp. 411-426
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"Echo Spring": Reflecting the Gaze of Narcissus in Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

pp. 427-441
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Beckett's Play, in extenso

pp. 442-455
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Reviews

Luigi Pirandello: Contemporary Perspectives ed. by Gian-Paolo Biasin and Manuela Gieri (review)

pp. 456-458
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1956 and All That: The Making of Modern British Drama by Dan Rebellato (review)

pp. 458-460
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Acts of Intervention: Performance, Gay Culture and AIDS by David Roman (review)

pp. 460-462
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The Stages of Age: Performing Age in Contemporary American Culture by Anne Davis Basting (review)

pp. 462-464
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The Cambridge Companion to American Women Playwrights ed. by Brenda Murphy (review)

pp. 464-466
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Contributors

pp. 467-469
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Research Areas

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