Monday, June 4, 2012

New Issue of Comparative Drama

Comparative Drama is pleased to announce the arrival of our Spring 2012 issue, volume 46.1, which includes the following contributions:

To Dazzle as Macbeth: Bisociated Drama in Philip Roth's The Humbling
James Duban

Lukács/Ibsen: Tragedy, Selfhood, and ‘Real Life’ in The Master Builder and When We Dead Awaken
William Storm

“I just die for some authority!: Barriers to Utopia in Howard Brenton’s Greenland
Siân Adiseshiah

“Where’s my Fool?” Lear Motifs in Rigoletto
Barbara Barry

Women and Revenge in Shakespeare: Gender, Genre, and Ethics
by Marguerite A. Tassi
reviewed by Leslie Kordecki

Susan Glaspell: The Complete Plays

Linda Ben-Zvi and J. Ellen Gainor, eds.
reviewed by Cheryl Black

The Sarah Siddons Audio Files: Romanticism and the Lost Voice

by Judith Pascoe
reviewed by Amy Muse

Shakespeare and the Grammar of Forgiveness
by Sarah Beckwith
reviewed by Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen

Shakespeare’s Great Stage of Fools
by Robert H. Bell
reviewed by Robert Hornback

The Political Theatre of David Edgar: Negotiation and Retrieval
by Janelle Reinelt and Gerald Hewitt
reviewed by Yoo Kim

Manly Mechanicals on the Early Modern English Stage
by Ronda Arab
reviewed by Jennifer Low

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