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Number 42. (2004)
Special IssueTheatre and Memory
  • Introduction    YAMASHITA Yoshiteru
Treatisesin the Special Issue
  • Disappearing of Geidan and the Lack of Imagination in Theatre Criticism    KAMIYAMA Akira
  • Personal Memories and Theatre Historiography: the Memoir of Bogdanova-Orlova   NAGATA Yasushi
  • Copenhagen and Chichi to Kuraseba (The Face of Jizô): Two Plays of Memory in Contrast   HIRAKAWA Daisaku
  • War and Historical Memory: Henry V in the Napoleonic War    YASUDA Hiroshi
Treatises
  • TSUTSUI Tokujirô’s Theatre Tour Abroad and Its Influence on Copeau,Dullin,Piscator, Brecht and Meyerhold   TANAKA Tokuichi
  • “Kashu” and “Besshi Kuden”: Which was Written Earlier?  OMOTO Yorihiko
Special Contribution
  • The World Bank Drama    Joseph ROACH (trans. TSUNEYAMA Nahoko)
  • Who Saved Kabuki? : Facts about the Censorship of Kabuki during the American Occupation in Japan    James BRANDON (trans. SUZUKI Masae)
Treatises
Editor:   MÔRI Mitsuya  +Guest editors of the special issue:   YAMASHITA Yoshiteru