BARRY ULANOV Barnard College

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  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • John Gabriel Borkman 7
  • Selected Bibliography 11
  • Act One 12
  • Act Two 23
  • Act Two 35
  • Act Two 42
  • To Damascus, Part I 49
  • Selected Bibliography 53
  • Act One 54
  • Scene Two 62
  • Scene Two 66
  • Scene Two 66
  • Scene Two 68
  • Scene Two 71
  • Scene Two 71
  • Scene Two 72
  • Scene Two 76
  • Scene Two 76
  • Scene Two 79
  • Scene Two 82
  • Scene Two 84
  • Scene Two 86
  • Scene Two 86
  • Scene Two 86
  • Scene Two 88
  • Scene Two 89
  • Scene Two 90
  • Scene Two 90
  • Scene Two 92
  • Ivanov 95
  • Selected Bibliography 99
  • Act One 100
  • Act Two 107
  • Act Two 116
  • Act Two 125
  • Hannele 133
  • Selected Bibliography 137
  • Act One 138
  • Act Two 148
  • Getting Married 157
  • Selected Bibliography 162
  • On Baile's Strand Purgatory 211
  • Selected Bibliography 215
  • Purgatory 228
  • The Well of the Saints 233
  • Selected Bibliography 237
  • Act One 238
  • Act Two 246
  • Purple Dust 259
  • Selected Bibliography 263
  • Act One 264
  • Act Two 280
  • Act Two 293
  • Hoppla! Such is Life! 309
  • Prologue 315
  • Act One 319
  • Act One 319
  • Scene Two 321
  • Act Two 329
  • Act Two 329
  • Act Two 333
  • Act Two 338
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  • Act Two 339
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  • Act Two 346
  • Act Two 346
  • Act Two 347
  • Act Two 349
  • Act Five 354
  • Scene Two 355
  • Scene Three 355
  • Henry IV 357
  • Selected Bibliography 361
  • Act One 362
  • Act Two 377
  • Act Three 387
  • The Queen and the Rebels 393
  • Selected Bibliography 397
  • Act Three 409
  • Act Three 416
  • Act Four 422
  • Sodom and Gomorrah Song of Songs 429
  • Selected Bibliography 433
  • Prologue 435
  • Act One 438
  • Act One 453
  • Song of Songs 468
  • Antigone 485
  • Selected Bibliography 489
  • The Master of Santiago 517
  • Act One 522
  • Scene Two 524
  • Scene Two 525
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  • Scene Two 530
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  • Scene Two 535
  • Act Three 538
  • Scene Two 538
  • Scene Two 539
  • Scene Two 540
  • Scene Two 541
  • Ariadne 547
  • Act One 552
  • Act Two 565
  • Act Two 578
  • Act Two 591
  • The Bald Soprano 601
  • Yerma 621
  • Act One 626
  • Scene Two 629
  • Scene Two 633
  • Scene Two 633
  • Scene Two 636
  • Scene Two 640
  • Scene Two 640
  • Scene Two 642
  • The Long Voyage Home 649
  • Selected Bibliography 653
  • Camino Real 663
  • Prologue 668
  • A View from the Bridge 711
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