In This Issue

  1. John Pilling: Editorial
  2. David Read: Artistic theory in the work of Samuel Beckett
  3. Pierre Chabert: The body in Beckett's theatre
  4. Steven Connor: Beckett's animals
  5. Aspasia Velissariou: Language in 'Waiting for Godot'
  6. Susan Brienza: 'Imagination dead imagine': the microcosm of the mind
  7. James Hansford: Seeing and saying in 'As the story was told'
  8. Eric P. Levy: 'Company': the mirror of Beckettian mimesis
  9. Robert Wilcher: Tom Stoppard and the art of communication
    Play reviews
  10. S.E. Gontarski: The world premiere of 'Ohio impromptu,' directed by Alan Schnieder at Columbus, Ohio
  11. J.C.C. Mays: Beckett in Dublin: the San Quentin Drama Workshop production of "Krapp's last tape" and "Endgame"'
  12. Ann Beer: Beckett in Oxford: the San Quentin Drama Workshop production of "Krapp's last tape' and "Endgame'
    Book reviews
  13. Enoch Brater: 'Just play: Beckett's theatre' by Ruby Cohn
  14. James Acheson: 'Frescoes of the skull: the later prose and drama of Samuel Beckett' by James Knowlson and John Pilling
  15. Breon Mitchell: 'Samuel Beckett: checklist and index of his published works 1967-1976' compiled by Robin J. Davis
  16. John Wieczorek: 'Gunter Grass: the writer in a pluralist society' by Michael Hollington
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