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Contributors IRVIN G KREUTZ teaches in University Extension, University of Wisconsin, Madison. His special interest is theatre and drama. ROBERT H. MACDONALD, a member of the Department of Eng­ lish at Carleton University, Ottawa, was a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh. His study of taste and culture in the seventeenth century, The Library of Drummond of Hawthornden, will be published by the Edinburgh press in October. EDWINA RANGANATHAN, of Middletown, Connecticut, is the author of Peking Opera (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1966), issued under the pseudonym Elizabeth Halson. She col­ lected material on the South Indian dance drama while living in Madras from 1964 to 1967. JOHN P. CUTTS is the author of two recent books, The Shattered Glass and Dark and Strange. He will assume the chairmanship ol the Department of English at Oakland University next fall. JAMES H. JONES, a member of the English faculty at Northern Michigan University, has furthered his studies of Shakespeare under a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities. M ERVYN W OODROW was born in the Transvaal and was graduat­ ed cum laude from the University of Pretoria, where he now serves as lecturer in English. He is a member of the South African Broad­ casting Advisory Committee and of the Performing Arts Council of the Transvaal. ...


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