GRAMMA: Journal of Theory and Criticism, volume 2

: Refusing the Seduction of the Narrative in Caryl Churchill's Vinegar Tom \nP. Domvros, Authorship, Textuality and Intertextual Perspectives in the Theatre: The Case of Shakespeare\nM. Germanou, Body, Space and Sign \nSvend Erik Larsen, The Reception of Samuel Beckett in Japan Seen Through Betsuyaku's Play Umi Yukaba Mizuku Kabane\nJ. Matoba, The Power of Theatrical Discourse in a Belgian Production of The Glass Menagerie\nM. Maufort, Pinter's Politics of Violence\nE. Mengel, The Idea of Mediation in Handke's Kaspar\nS. Patsalidis, A Sisterhood of Women: Marsha Norman's Getting Out and The Laundromat\nM. Rubik, Columbus el Filibustero: John Brougham's Mirror of Discovery\nP. M. Ryan, Audience Control, British Political Theatre and the Pinter Method\nE. Sakellaridou, Modernist Drama / Postmodernist Performance: The Case of Samuel Beckett\nO. Taxidou, Reception of African American Theatre in the USSR\nN. Vyssotskaya, Censoring Eugene O'Neill\nS. Wilmer, Woman As Citizen in Satiric Melodrama: Joan Holden and the San Francisco Mime Troupe, Donna Jean Zane