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Contributors • ROLF BREUER, Associate Professor at the Institute of Angistics, Regensburg University , West Germany, currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Starting with various publications on Old and Middle English literatures , he has more recently turned to the theory of literature and modern drama. A study on Samuel Beckett appeared in German recently. ROSEMARY POUNTNEY teaches drama at Westminster College and at the Oxford/Berkeley Summer School. She is currently a Research Graduate at St. Anne's College, Oxford, writing a thesis on Beckett's plays. BREON MITCHELL is Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature, and Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Indiana University. He is author ofJames Joyce and the German Novel: 1922-33, as well as numerous essays on modern literature and the theory of translation. He is currently compiling a bibliography of the German translations of Beckett's works. ALBERT BERMEL, Professor of Theatre at Herbert H. Lehman College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, is a playwright and translator who received the 1973-4 George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism. His most recent book was Contradictory Characters: an Interpretation ofthe Modern Theatre. LINDA DAVIS KYLE is a graduate student in the Department of English at The University of Western Ontario and is interested in the works of O'Neill, Ionesco, and Diirrenmatt. JOHN BUSH JONES is Associate Professor of English at the University of Kansas and Special Drama Correspondent for the Kansas City Star. He has published widely on the plays and verse of W.S. Gilbert, and has articles on Maxwell Anderson and Arthur Lopit in the Educational Theatre Journal and Quarterly Journal ofSpeech, respectIvely. ...


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