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Index to Volume 33 (1999-2000) Bai, Ronnie: Dances with Brecht: Huang Zuolin and His Xieyi Theater ........................... 339 Bevington, David and David L. Smith: James I and Timon ofAthens .................................. 56 Boling, Ronald J.: Fletcher's Satire of Caratach in Bonduca ........... 390 Collins, Margo: Centlivre v. Hardwicke: Susannah Centlivre's Plays and the Marriage Act of 1753 ......... 179 Dougherty, Carol: The Double Vision of Euripides' Cyclops: An Ethnographic Odyssey on the Satyr Stage ................... 313 Evans, Robert C: Friendship in Hamlet ............................. 88 Gámez, Luis R.: Preface to Tragedy's Insights: Identity, Polity, Theodicy ..................................... ? Hindley, Alan: L 'Escole au deable: Tavern Scenes in the Old French Moralité ...................... 454 Johnston, Brian: Ibsen's Cycle as Hegelian Tragedy .................. 140 Konstan, David: The Tragic Emotions ............................... 1 Leiter, Samuel L.: From Gay to Gei: The Onnagata and the Creation ofKabuki's Female Characters ................. 495 Louden, Bruce: The Tempest, Plautus, and the Rudens ................ 199 Mazzaro, Jerome: Alfieri's Saul as Enlightenment Tragedy ............ 125 Nunn, Hillary: "It lak'th but life": Redford's Wit and Science, Anne of Cleves, and the Politics ofInterpretations ............... 270 O'Malley, Lurana Donnels: From Fat Falstaffto Francophile Fop: Russian Nationalism in Catherine the Great's Merry Wives ........ 365 Plesch, Véronique: Killed by Words: Grotesque Verbal Violence and Tragic Atonement in French Passion Plays ................... 22 Robinson, James E.: Caribbean Caliban: Shifting the "I" ofthe Storm ................................. 431 Styan, J. L.: Some Late Reflections on Tragedy and Its Theatrical Chemistry ................................. 1 66 Thomson, Leslie: Fortune and Virtue in The Duchess ofMalfi ..................................... 474 Tian, Min: Meyerhold Meets Mei Lanfang: Staging the Grotesque and the Beautiful ....................... 234 540 Comparative Drama541 REVIEWS SUMMER: Joyce Green MacDonald, Race, Ethnicity, and Power in the Renaissance (R.W. Desai); Susan J. Owen, Restoration Theatre and Crisis (Margo Collins); Christopher Rocco, Tragedy and Enlightenment: Athenian Political Thought and the Dilemmas ofModernity (Kathryn A. Morgan); Frank Whigham, Seizures of the Will in Early Modern English Drama (Heather Hirschfeld); Susan Harris Smith, American Drama: The BastardArt, Rosemarie K. Bank, Theatre Culture in America, 1825-1860, and Ronald H. Wainscott, The Emergence ofthe Modern American Theatre 1914-1929 (James Coakley); Mark C. Pilkinton, ed., Bristol: Records ofEarly English Drama (John J. McGavin). FALL: Maria DiCenzo, The Politics of Alternative Theatre in Britain, 1968-1990: The Case of 7:84 (Scotland), and Randall Stevenson and Gavin Wallace, eds., Scottish Theatre Since the Seventies (Greg Giesekam); Sara Munson Deats, Sex, Gender, and Desire in the Plays ofChristopher Marlowe (Sara Eaton); Francis M. Dunn, Tragedy 's End: Closure and Innovation in Euripidean Drama (Laurel M. Bowman); Yoshihiro Kurata, Kaigai Koen Kotohajime [The Beginnings of Overseas Performance] (Yoko Chiba); Glenda Abramson, Drama and Ideology in Modern Israel (Shimon Levy); Deborah R. Geis and Steven F. Kruger, eds., Approaching the Millenium: Essays on Angels in America (Craig Rowe). WINTER: Gillian Murray Kendall, Shakespearean Power andPunishment: A Volume ofEssays (Cynthia Marshall); Philip Butterworth, Theatre ofFire: Special Effects in Early English andScottish Theatre (Elizabeth M. S. Baldwin); Jo Riley, Chinese Theatre and the Actor in Performance (Nancy Guy); Susan Verdi Webster, ArtandRitual in GoldenAgeSpain: Sevillian Confraternities and theProcessionalSculpture ofHoly Week(Max Harris); Mary Bryden, ed., Samuel BeckettandMusic, and Lois Oppenheim, ed., SamuelBeckettandtheArts: Music, Visual Arts, andNon-Print Media (Enoch Brater); Richard Rastall, The Heaven Singing: Music in the Early English Religious Drama (Andrew R. Walkling); David Wiles, Tragedy in Athens: Performance Space and Theatrical Meaning (Joseph P. Wilson). ...

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ISSN
1936-1637
Print ISSN
0010-4078
Pages
pp. 540-541
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2016-10-05
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