The Cambridge Companion to Sam Shepard

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Notes on Contributors xi
  • Chronology xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • 1 - Born Injured: the Theatre of Sam Shepard 7
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  • 2 - Shepard and Off-Off-Broadway: the Unseen Hand of Theatre Genesis 34
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  • 3 - Shepard on Shepard: an Interview 64
  • 4 - A Note on Sam Shepard 81
  • 5 - Joseph Chaikin and Sam Shepard in Collaboration 83
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  • 6 - Repetition and Regression in Curse of the Starving Class and Buried Child 111
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  • 7 - Shepard Writes About Writing 123
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  • 8 - Reflections of the Past in True West and a Lie of the Mind 139
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  • 9 - Patriarchal Pathology from the Holy Ghostly to Silent Tongue 154
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  • 10 - The Classic Western and Sam Shepard's Family Sagas 171
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  • 11 - European Textures: Adapting Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus 189
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  • 12 - Sam Shepard and the Cinema 210
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  • 13 - Sam Shepard as Musical Experimenter 227
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  • 14 - Sam Shepard's Nondramatic Works 247
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  • 15 - States of Shock, Simpatico, and Eyes for Consuela: Sam Shepard's Plays of the 1990s 257
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  • 16 - Sam Shepard's the Late Henry Moss 279
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  • 17 - Sam Shepard: a Bibliographic Essay and Production Overview 292
  • Select Bibliography 311
  • Index 320
  • Cambridge Companions to Literature 330
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