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Contributors JACQUES-LEON ROSE teaches foreign languages at the Wil­ liam Paterson College of New Jersey. His translations of Wolfgang Hildesheimer’s Das Opfer Helena and Peter Hack’s Eröffnung des indischen Zeitalters were published in the September 1968 and Fall 1970 issues of Modern Interna­ tional Drama. JOHN P. CUTTS, a frequent contributor to Comparative Drama and a member of the Editorial Board, is chairman of the English Department at Oakland University. He has pub­ lished widely on drama and music of sixteenth and seven­ teenth century England. WILLIAM R. BRASHER is a partner in a Detroit law firm and also teaches part-time at Wayne State University. He is the author of a book, The Living Well: A Study of Tennyson and Nineteenth Centruy Subjectivism, as well as numerous articles on nineteenth and twentieth century literature. MARCUS ALLEN is a member of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. He has been a Fulbright fellow at the University of Bordeaux, and has written articles on Jean-Paul Sartre and Voltaire for the CLA Journal. PAULA NEUSS is currently Lecturer in English and American Literature at the University of Kent at Canterbury, England, and will be joining the faculty of Birkbeck College, Univer­ sity of London, next fall. She is editing Skelton’s Magnificence for the Revels Plays series. ALAN C. DESSEN, Associate Professor of English at North­ western University, is the author of Jonson’s Moral Come­ dies (1971) as well as articles on Jonson, the morality play, and Hamlet. ...


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