Saturday, November 14, 2009

Comparative Drama's Fall 2009 Issue Published

Comparative Drama's Fall 2009 issue was published earlier this month. For a complimentary copy please e-mail

Comparative Drama Volume 43 • Fall 2009 • No. 3
This volume contains the following contributions:

The Comic Ethos of Il Principe
Angus Fletcher

Fletcher, Massinger, and Roman Imperial Character
John E. Curran, Jr.

Another Play On Salem Witch Trials:” Lion Feuchtwanger, Communists, and Nazis
Waltraud Maierhofer

The Earliest Middle English Interludes
Stephanie Thompson Lundeen

Stone Tower: The Political Theatre of Arthur Miller
by Jeffrey D. Mason
Reviewed by Christopher Bigsby

Sophocles and Alcibiades: Athenian Politics in Ancient Greek Literature
by Michael Vickers
Reviewed by Rush Rehm

Reading the Jewish Woman on the Elizabethan Stage
by Michelle Ephraim
Reviewed by Michael Chemers

Shakespeare and Garrick
by Vanessa Cunningham
Reviewed by Fiona Ritchie

Blood Relations: Christian and Jew in "The Merchant of Venice"
by Janet Adelman
Reviewed by Andrew Hadfield

Stage Fright: Politics and the Performing Arts in Late Imperial Russia
by Paul du Quenoy
Reviewed by Robert Goldstein

The Influence of Tennessee Williams: Essays on Fifteen American Playwrights
edited by Philip C. Kolin
Reviewed by Michael Paller

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