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Index to Volume 18 (1984) Andrews, W. D. E. The Marxist Theater of Amiri Baraka . ii 137 Arnold, Margaret J. “Monsters in Love’s Train”: Euripides and Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida . i 38 Bevington, David The Staging of Twelfth-Century Liturgical Drama in the Fleury Playb o o k ...................................... ii 97 Durbach, Errol Sophocles in South Africa: Athol Fugard’s The Island iii 252 Flanigan, C. Clifford The Fleury Playbook and the Traditions of Medieval Latin Drama iv 348 Fraser, Russell Shakespeare on Fortune’s Hill: A Review E s s a y ...................................... ii 162 Gianakaris, C. J. Stoppard’s Adaptations of Shakespeare: Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth . iii 222 Gellrich, M. W. On Greek Tragedy and the Kantian S u b lim e ...................................... iv 311 Gilmore, Thomas B. The Iceman Cometh and the Anatomy of Alcoholism . iv 335 Holloway, Julia B. “The Dream of the Rood” and Liturgical D ra m a ............................... i 19 Homan, Richard L. Two Exempla: Analogues to the Play of the Sacrament and Dux Moraud iii 241 Johnson, Irmgard The Life of the Adult No Player in Japan Today ...................................... iv 289 Mazzaro, Jerome Memory in Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes . ii 118 Neuss, Paula The Sixteenth-Century English “Proverb” P l a y ...................................... i 1 383 384 Comparative Drama Seaton, Jean Q. Source of Order or Sovereign Lord: God and the Pattern of Relationships in Two Middle English “Fall of Lucifer” P la y s .......................................iii 203 Sohlich, Wolfgang Prolegomenon for a Theory of Drama Reception: Peter Brook’s Measure for Measure and the Emergent Bourgeoisie . . . . i 54 Worthen, William B. The Player’s Eye: Shakespeare on Television . iii 193 REVIEWS SPRING: The Children of Paul’s: The Story of a Theatre Company 1553-1608, by Reavley Gair (Ejner J. Jensen); Eugene O’Neill’s New Language of Kinship, by Michael Manheim (Thomas P. Adler); REED: Newcastle, ed. J. J. Anderson (Donna Smith Vinter); Renaissance Drama, New Series XIII, ed. Leonard Barkan (James R. Siemon); Eugene O’Neill and Oriental Thought: A Divided Vision, by James A. Robinson (Albert Wertheim); The Festive Play of Fernando Arrabal, by Luis Oscar Arata (Felicia H. Londre); The Creacion of the World: A Critical Edition with Translation, ed. and trans. Paula Neuss (Robert T. Meyer). SUMMER: Roman Comedy, by David Konstan (Sander M. Goldberg) ; Shake­ speare and the Shapes of Time, by David Scott Kastan (Tibor Fabiny); The York Play: A Facsimile of British Library MS Additional 35290 together with a Facsimile of the Ordo Paginarum Section of the A /Y Memorandum Book, introd. Richard Beadle and Peter Meredith (Clifford Davidson); Ibsen: The Open Vision, by John S. Chamberlain (Samuel G. McLellan); Role Playing and Identity: The Limits of Theatre as Metaphor, by Bruce Wilshire (Robert L. Smith); Brecht’s Early Plays, by Ronald Speirs (John Rouse); Harley Granville Barker, by Elmer W. Salenius (Cary M. Mazer); Canters and Chronicles: The Use of Narrative in the Plays of Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter, by Kristin Morrison (Enoch Brater). FALL: The Rakish Stage: Studies in English Drama, 1660-1800, by Robert D. Hume (Christopher Spencer); The Art of Aeschylus, by Thomas G. Rosenmeyer (David Konstan); Dramatic Dialogue: The Duologue of Personal Encounter, by Andrew Kennedy (Brian Johnston); The Winter’s Tale in Performance in England and America, 1611-1976, by Dennis Bartholomeusz (Cary M. Mazer); Identity in Shakespearean Drama, by James P. Driscoll (Claude J. Summers). WINTER: Dramaturgy of the Daemonic: Studies in Antigeneric Theater from Ruzante to Grimaldi, by Jackson Cope (J. L. Styan); The Staging of Religious Drama in Europe in the Later Middle Ages, ed. Peter Meredith and John E. Tailby (Raymond J. Pentzell); Luigi Pirandello, by Susan Bassnett-McGuire (Anne Paolucci ); The Unexpected Shaw: Biographical Approaches to G.B.S. and His Work, by Stanley Weintraub (Frederick McDowell); From Hester Street to Hollywood: The Jewish-American Stage and Screen, ed. Sarah Blacher Cohen (Michael Shapiro). ...

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ISSN
1936-1637
Print ISSN
0010-4078
Pages
pp. 383-384
Launched on MUSE
2018-07-11
Open Access
No
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