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0.89 John Krafft, Thomas Pynchon, Social Text, 1984.
0.39 Susan Osborn, Doris Lessing, Social Text, 1984.
0.24 Sidney Homan, When the Theater Turns to Itself, New Literary History, 1971.
0.22 Johannes Birringer, Rhapsodies of Words: "Trapicality" in Shakespeare's Theater, New Literary History, 1986.
0.22 Stephen Orgel, Shakespeare and the Kinds of Drama, Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.22 Thomas Clayton, Theatrical Shakespearegresses at the Guthrie and Elsewhere: Notes on "Legitimate Production", New Literary History, 1986.
0.22 Martin Puchner, The Theater in Modernist Thought, New Literary History, 2002.
0.21 Robert Weimann, Textual Authority and Performative Agency: The Uses of Disguise in Shakespeare's Theater, New Literary History, 1994.
0.19 David I. Grossvogel, When the Stain Won't Wash: Polanski's Macbeth, Diacritics, 1972.
0.19 Judd D. Hubert, The Textual Presence of Staging and Acting in Measure for Measure, New Literary History, 1987.
0.18 John Bernard, Theatricality and Textuality: The Example of "Othello", New Literary History, 1995.
0.18 Berel Lang, Nothing Comes of All: Lear-Dying, New Literary History, 1978.
0.18 Bernard Beckerman, Dramatic Analysis and Literary Interpretation: The Cherry Orchard as Exemplum, New Literary History, 1971.
0.18 Michael Hays, Reason's Rhetoric: King Lear and the Social Uses of Irony, boundary 2, 1979.
0.18 Jovan Hristic, On the Interpretation of Drama, New Literary History, 1972.
0.17 Yoko Takakuwa, Performing Marginality: The Place of the Player and of "Woman" in Early Modern Japanese Culture, New Literary History, 1996.
0.17 Timothy Bahti, The Indifferent Reader: The Performance of Hegel's Introduction to the Phenomenology, Diacritics, 1981.
0.16 Ashley Thompson, Terrible but Unfinished: Stories of History, New Literary History, 2006.
0.16 Peter Szondi Michael Hays, Theory of the Modern Drama Parts I-II, boundary 2, 1983.
0.16 Stephen Greenblatt, Loudun and London, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.16 Jonathan V. Crewe, The Violence of Drama: Towards a Reading of the Senecan Phaedra, boundary 2, 1990.
0.16 Herbert Blau, The Thin Thin Crust and the Colophon of Doubt: The Audience in Brecht, New Literary History, 1989.
0.15 Xiaomei Chen, Audience Applause and Countertheater: Border Crossing in "Social Problem" Plays in Post-Mao China, New Literary History, 1998.
0.15 Stephen Orgel, The Poetics of Spectacle, New Literary History, 1971.
0.15 Michael Hays, Drama and Dramatic Theory: Peter Szondi and the Modern Theater, boundary 2, 1983.
0.15 Terry Eagleton, Brecht and Rhetoric, New Literary History, 1985.
0.15 Jovan HristićMaria Shoup, The Problem of Realism in Modern Drama, New Literary History, 1977.
0.15 Herbert Blau, "Set Me Where You Stand": Revising the Abyss, New Literary History, 1998.
0.15 Nicolas Abraham Nicholas Rand, The Phantom of Hamlet or the Sixth Act: Preceded by the Intermission of "Truth", Diacritics, 1988.
0.15 Meredith Skura, New Interpretations for Interpretation in Measure for Measure, boundary 2, 1979.
0.15 Timothy Murray, From Foul Sheets to Legitimate Model: Antitheater Text Ben Jonson, New Literary History, 1983.
0.15 William Egginton, An Epistemology of the Stage: Theatricality and Subjectivity in Early Modern Spain, New Literary History, 1996.
0.14 Thomas Hill Schaub, Open Letter in Response to Edward Mendelson's "The Sacred the Profane and The Crying of Lot 49", boundary 2, 1976.
0.14 Sheila Murnaghan, Sucking the Juice without Biting the Rind: Aristotle and Tragic Mimēsis, New Literary History, 1995.
0.14 Roland Barthes David Savran, The Dolls of Bunraku, Diacritics, 1976.
0.14 Michael Hays, Declassified Documents: Fragmentations in the Modern Drama, boundary 2, 1990.
0.14 Richard Levin, Unthinkable Thoughts in the New Historicizing of English Renaissance Drama, New Literary History, 1990.
0.13 Annabel Patterson, "The Very Age and Body of the Time His Form and Pressure": Rehistoricizing Shakespeare's Theater, New Literary History, 1988.
0.13 W. Thomas Mac Cary, The Comedy of Errors: A Different Kind of Comedy, New Literary History, 1978.
0.13 Hélène Cixous Bernadette Fort, Theater History Ethics: An Interview with Hélène Cixous on "The Perjured City or the Awakening of the Furies", New Literary History, 1997.
0.13 Michael Hays, From Public Space to Private Space: Staging the Discourse of the Academy, boundary 2, 1985.
0.13 Jonas A. Barish, Yvor Winters and the Antimimetic Prejudice, New Literary History, 1971.
0.13 John McCumber, Aristotelian Catharsis and the Purgation of Woman, Diacritics, 1988.
0.13 Ruth Stevenson, "Hamlet'"s Mice Motes Moles and Minching Malecho, New Literary History, 2002.
0.13 Bert O. States, The Dog on the Stage: Theater as Phenomenon, New Literary History, 1983.
0.13 Richard van Oort, Shakespeare and the Idea of the Modern, New Literary History, 2006.
0.12 Jonathan Goldberg, Making Sense, New Literary History, 1990.
0.12 Warner Berthoff, "Our Means Will Make Us Means": Character as Virtue in Hamlet and All's Well, New Literary History, 1974.
0.12 Manfred Jahn, Narrative Voice and Agency in Drama: Aspects of a Narratology of Drama, New Literary History, 2001.
0.12 Robert B. Pierce, Understanding "The Tempest", New Literary History, 1999.
0.12 Gert Mattenklott Kristine Gjerlow, For Theatre the Drama is the Libretto, boundary 2, 1983.
0.12 Leon Rosenstein, On Aristotle and Thought in the Drama, Critical Inquiry, 1977.
0.12 Tzachi Zamir, Wooden Subjects, New Literary History, 2008.
0.12 Martin Stevens, The Intertextuality of Late Medieval Art and Drama, New Literary History, 1991.
0.11 Brian Richardson, Voice and Narration in Postmodern Drama, New Literary History, 2001.
0.11 Ingo Berensmeyer, Cultural Ecology and Chinese "Hamlets", New Literary History, 2011.
0.11 Peter Brooks, The Text of Muteness, New Literary History, 1974.
0.11 Tzachi Zamir, Upon One Bank and Shoal of Time: Literature Nihilism and Moral Philosophy, New Literary History, 2000.
0.11 Richard Levin, Reply to Catherine Belsey and Jonathan Goldberg, New Literary History, 1990.
0.11 Ronald Paulson, Life as Journey and as Theater: Two Eighteenth-Century Narrative Structures, New Literary History, 1976.
0.11 Fernando Arrabal Eva Kronik, Interview: Arrabal, Diacritics, 1975.
0.11 John M. Muste, The Mandala in Gravity's Rainbow, boundary 2, 1981.
0.11 David V. Mason, Who Is the Indian Shakespeare? Appropriation of Authority in a Sanskrit "Midsummer Night's Dream", New Literary History, 2003.
0.11 Marshall McLuhan, Roles Masks and Performances, New Literary History, 1971.
0.11 Froma I. Zeitlin, Travesties of Gender and Genre in Aristophanes' "Thesmophoriazousae", Critical Inquiry, 1981.
0.10 William C. Dowling, Invisible Audience: Peter J Rabinowitz's "Truth in Fiction", Critical Inquiry, 1979.
0.10 Helen Solterer, The Waking of Medieval Theatricality Paris 1935-1995. New Literary History, 1996,
0.10 Sander L. Gilman, Polemic: Religion as Aesthetic Form: Observations on Fellini's I Clowns, Diacritics, 1971.
0.10 Serena Anderlini Dacia Maraini Tracy Barrett, Interview: Dacia Maraini: Prolegomena for a Feminist Dramaturgy of the Feminine, Diacritics, 1991.