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viewing issueVolume 62, Number 2, Summer 2018 (T238)
Table of Contents
- Interdisciplinary Performance: Reformatting Reality by Natasha Lushetich, and: Places for Happiness: Community, Self, and Performance in the Philippines by William Peterson, and: In Place of a Show: What Happens Inside Theatres When Nothing Is Happening by Augusto Corrieri, and: A Rasa Reader: Classical Indian Aesthetics by Sheldon Pollock, and: Beckett’s Creatures: Art of Failure After the Holocaust by Joseph Anderton, and: 1616: Shakespeare and Tang Xianzu’s China ed. by Tian Yuan Tan, Paul Edmondson, and Shih-Pe Wang (review)
- pp. 172-174
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