1. Anouilh’s Little Antigone: Tragedy, Theatricalism, and the Romantic Self
  2. Michael Spingler
  3. pp. 228-238
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  1. “You Talks Brave and Bold”: The Origins of an Elizabethan Stage Device
  2. Kenneth Friedenreich
  3. pp. 239-253
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  1. Noah, Not I, and Beckett’s “Incomprehensibly Sublime”
  2. Enoch Brater
  3. pp. 254-263
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  1. Measure for Measure and the Unreconciled Virtues
  2. Tom McBride
  3. pp. 264-274
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  1. The Dramatic Strategies of Chester’s Passion Pagina
  2. Peter W. Travis
  3. pp. 275-289
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  1. “Body’s Image”: Yerma, The Player Queen, and the Upright Posture
  2. Murray Baumgarten
  3. pp. 290-299
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  1. The Drama of Power: Studies in Shakespeare’s History Plays by Moody E. Prior (review)
  2. Michael Manheim
  3. pp. 300-302
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  1. The Left Hand of God: A Critical Interpretation of the Plays of Christopher Marlowe by John P. Cutts (review)
  2. Cecile Williamson Cary
  3. pp. 302-305
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  1. Shakespeare Survey ed. by Kenneth Muir (review)
  2. Robert Ornstein
  3. pp. 305-307
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  1. Lope de Vega and Spanish Drama by Heinz Gerstinger (review)
  2. David H. Darst
  3. pp. 307-308
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