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Number 39. (2001)
Special IssueNarrative in Theatre
Introduction: “Katari” (Story-telling) and Theatre
NORIZUKI Toshihiko

Treatises in the Special Issue
  • A Consideration of the Narrative Element in German Theories of Drama   MIYASHITA Keizô
  • The Black Oral Tradition in August Wilson’s Fences     KUWABARA Ayako
  • A Study of Narrative in KARA Jûrô’s Plays   SAITÔ Tomoko
  • The Theatricality of “Katari” in Noh Drama    MATSUDA Tamotsu
  • Reading Kakitsubata (Iris)”   AMANO Fumio
  • An Examination of the “Katari” Accent in Gidayû   SAKAMOTO Kiyoe
  • “Katari” and Drama: on Gidayû-kyôgen   IMAO Tetsuya
  • “Katari” in Kabuki Acting   MIZUOCHI Kiyoshi
  • “Katari” in Kabuki   KAMIMURA Iwao
  • The Engagement of the Jôruri Player   NAKAGAWA Katsura
Treatises
  • Schema and Concretisation in Theatre Performance    MURAI Hanayo
  • Music as Narrator in Wagner’s Theory of Drama    HASEGAWA Etsurô
  • On Robert Lepage: Mirror, Reflection and Theatre    FUJII Shintarô
Treatises
Editor:   MÔRI Mitsuya  +Guest editors of the special issue:   NORIZUKI Toshihiko