1. Prologue
  2. Edward J. Czerwinski
  3. p. 146
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  1. The Alogical and Absurdist Aspects of Russian Realist Drama
  2. Simon Karlinsky
  3. pp. 147-155
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  1. Absurdity in English: Joyce and O’Neill
  2. Ruby Cohn
  3. pp. 156-161
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  1. Witkiewicz, Artaud, and the Theatre of Cruelty
  2. Adam Tarn
  3. pp. 162-167
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  1. Aleksandar Popovic and Pop-Theater: Beyond the Absurd
  2. E. J. Czerwinski
  3. pp. 168-175
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  1. The Theater of Ruthless Metaphor: Polish Theater between Marxism and Existentialism
  2. Zbigniew Folejewski
  3. pp. 176-182
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  1. The Theatre of the Absurd in Spanish America
  2. George W. Woodyard
  3. pp. 183-192
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  1. Witkiewicz’s Anthroponymy
  2. Jerzy R. Krzyzanowski
  3. pp. 193-197
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  1. Brecht and Witkiewicz: Two Concepts of Revolution in the Drama of the Twenties
  2. Andrzej Wirth
  3. pp. 198-209
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  1. Dramatists in Search of Self: A Backward Glance
  2. E. J. Czerwinski
  3. pp. 210-218
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  1. Commentary
  2. E. J. Czerwinski, Ivan Englich, Martin Esslin, Jovan Hristic, Milan Lasica, Aleksandar Popovic, Martin Porubjak, Leonard Pronko, Adam Tarn, Andrzej Wirth
  3. pp. 219-229
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  1. Epilogue
  2. R. J. Kaufmann
  3. pp. 230-235
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 236-238
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