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  Volume 47, Number 4, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

Irish Theatre: Conditions of Criticism

pp. 561-571
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Mirror up to Nurture: J. M. Synge and His Critics

pp. 572-584
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Violence on the Abbey Theatre Stage: The National Project and the Critic; Two Case Studies

pp. 585-593
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The Critical "Gap of the North": Nationalism, National Theatre, and the North

pp. 594-606
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Throwing Theory at Ireland?: The Field Day Theatre Company and Postcolonial Theatre Criticism

pp. 607-623
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"Besides the Obvious": Postcolonial Criticism, Drama, and Civil Society

pp. 624-635
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"The Laughter Will Come of Itself. The Tears Are Inevitable": Martin McDonagh, Globalization, and Irish Theatre Criticism

pp. 636-658
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Irish Theatre Criticism: De-territorialisation and Integration

pp. 659-670
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Irish Theatrical Celebrity and the Critical Subjugation of Difference in the Work of Frank McGuinness

pp. 671-685
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Wordmadeflesh: Writing the Body in Irish Theatre

pp. 686-700
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Listening Differently: The Croon Collaboration

pp. 701-720
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Review Article

Historicising Is Not Enough: Recent Developments and Trends in Irish Theatre History

pp. 721-731
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Contributors

pp. 732-734
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Index to Volume 45, 2002

pp. 735-738
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Index to Volume 46, 2003

pp. 739-742
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Index to Volume 47, 2004

pp. 743-745
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Research Areas

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