Staging Difference: Cultural Pluralism in American Theatre and Drama

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Index
This index lists proper names and titles of plays mentioned throughout the volume (with the exception of the appendices). It should be used by the reader as a supplement to each essay's "Works Cited" section and the general bibliography.
Abundance, 339
After the Fall, 127
Ah Sin, 193
Airways, Inc., 26
All My Sons, 121
American Buffalo, 176
American Foreign Policy, 57
The Bachelor Father, 22-23
Bennett, Susan, 3
Bhabha, Homi, 3
Bharucha, Rustom, 46
Les Blancs, 33
Blidstein, Gerald, 124, 133
Blue Bitch, 162, 163, 164, 168
Breuer, Lee, 49
Buried Child, 158
Butler, Samuel, 185
Campbell, Bartley, 342
Carpenter, Edward Childs, 22-23
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 147-151
Chekhov, Anton, 255-256
Childress, Alice, 323-334
The Chinese Must Go, 194
Chong, Ping, 49, 51
Clemens, Samuel L. ( Mark Twain), 193
The Clinging Vine, 81-83
Cloud, Darrah, 339
Cody, William Frederick (Buffalo Bill), 9-16
Collins, Kathleen, 289
The Colored Museum, 35
Conversations with My Father, 245, 246-251
Cornered, 75
The Count of Monte Cristo, 112
Crothers, Rachel, 20
Cruz, Magdalia, 298
Damashek, Barbara, 339
The Dance and the Railroad, 205-206
Death of a Salesman, 121
The Discovery of America, 105
Doi, Yuriko, 49-51
Dos Passos, John, 26
DuBois, W.E.B., 32, 39
Edmond, 181-182
The Emperor Jones, 52-53
Family Devotions, 206-208
Fences, 272-274, 287-299
Fiske, John, 105
Fitch, Clyde, 79-80
The Flower Drum Song, 61, 64, 65, 67-69, 70-71
FOB, 202-205
Fool for Love, 160
Fornes, Maria Irene, 289
Foucault, Michel, 301
Funnyhouse of a Negro, 307-311
The Fountain, 99-109
Freud, Sigmund, 353-354
Gardner, Herb, 245, 246-251
Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., 2
Geiogamah, Hanay, 50
Geography of a Horse Dreamer, 162, 163, 165, 166, 167, 168
Gibson, James William, 60, 61
Glaspell, Susan, 19-20
The Glass Menagerie, 141-144
Glengarry Glen Ross, 176
The Great Divide, 342

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