Vol. VI, No. 2: Spring 1992

Table of Contents

REVIEWS

Kent Neely
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119-136
Scott Cutler Shershow, Vera Stegmann, David Schulz, Per Brask, Marjorie L. Hoover, Brian Rose, James Fisher
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137-164

ARTICLES AND ESSAYS

Frontmatter
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1-2
Tragedy and Tragic Vision: A Darwinian Supplement to Thomas Van Laan
Bert O. States
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5-22
Performing the Performance of Power in Beckett's Catastrophe
Shannon Jackson
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23-40
The Rights of Playwrights: Performance Theory and American Law
Robert Hapgood
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41-60
Re-viewing Richard Foremen (and Theater of Images)
Jack Halstead
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61-80
Rehabilitating Realism
Sheila Stowell
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81-88
Thomas Akstens
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89-98
Allegory in the Technological Age: A Case Study of Ibsen's The Wild Duck
Wolfgang Sohlich
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99-118

SUPPLEMENT: COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND CINEMA

Introduction: Cognitivism and Film Theory
Edward S. Small
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165-172
Between Veridicality and Illusion
Joseph Anderson
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173-182
Cognition and Comprehension: Viewing and Forgetting in Mildred Pierce
David Bordwell
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183-198
Cognitivism, Contemporary Film Theory and Method: A Response to Warren Buckland
Noël Carroll
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199-220
When is a Sign not a Sign
Calvin Pryluck
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221-231