Volume 56, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

“These Noxious Microbes”: Pathological Dramaturgy in George Bernard Shaw’s Too True to Be Good

pp. 1-18
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Bernard Shaw’s Stalinist Allegory: The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles

pp. 19-37
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Mobilizing Maurya: J.M. Synge, Bertolt Brecht, and the Revolutionary Mother

pp. 38-59
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Revisiting Marat/Sade: Philosophy in the Asylum, Asylum in the Theatre

pp. 60-79
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Harold Pinter’s “More Precisely Political” Dramas, or a Post-1983 Economy of Affect

pp. 80-101
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To Witness Mimesis: The Politics, Ethics, and Aesthetics of Testimonial Theatre in Through the Wire

pp. 102-125
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10 Ways of Thinking about Samuel Beckett: The Falsetto of Reason by Enoch Brater (review)

pp. 126-128
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The Making of the West End Stage: Marriage, Management and the Mapping of Gender in London, 1830–1870 by Jacky Bratton (review)

pp. 128-130
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Synge and Edwardian Ireland ed. by Brian Cliff and Nicholas Grene (review)

pp. 130-132
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The Drama of Marriage: Gay Playwrights/Straight Unions from Oscar Wilde to the Present by John M. Clum (review)

pp. 132-135
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Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama ed. by Sarah Hibberd (review)

pp. 135-137
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Living with Lynching: African American Lynching Plays, Performance, and Citizenship, 1890–1930 by Koritha Mitchell (review)

pp. 137-140
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My Friend Tom: The Poet-Playwright Tennessee Williams by William Jay Smith (review)

pp. 140-142
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Native American Drama: A Critical Perspective by Christy Stanlake (review)

pp. 142-144
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