Volume II. Number 2 (1996)

Irish Drama

PREFACE

Christopher Murray
Padraig Colum's The Land Cultural Nationalism

Heinz Kosok
Two Irish Perspectives on World War I: Bernard Shaw and Sean O'Casey

Károly Pintér
Coherence of Incongruity: Beckett's Dramatic Structure

Paulo Eduardo Carvalho
About Some Healthy Intersections: Brian Friel and Field Day

Michael Parker
Telling Tales: Narratives of Politics and Sexuality in Brian Friel's The Gentle Island

José Lantes
Schopenhauer with Hindsight: Tom Murphy's Too Late for Logic

Mária Kurdi
Female Self-Cure Through Revisioning and Refashioning Male/Master Narratives in Anne Devlin's After Easter

Donald E. Morse
Sleepwalkers Along a Precipice; Staging Memory in Marina Carr's The Mai

Patrick Burke
A Dream of Fair Women: Marina Carr's The Mai and Ní Dhuibhne's Dún na mBar Trí Thine

CRITICAL DEBATE

Csilla Bertha
"Island of Otherness": Images of Irishness in Brian Friel's Wonderful Tennessee

Márton Mesterházi
A Practitioner's View of Brian Friel's Wonderful Tennessee

Csilla Bertha
A Reply to Márton Mesterházi on Wonderful Tennessee

REVIEW ESSAY

Donald E. Morse
"The Finished Man" Prefers the Blackbird;
Review of James Knowlson, "Damned to Fame": The Life of Samuel Beckett

BOOK REVIEWS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS