Table of contents for The drama of fallen France : reading la com‚edie sans tickets / Kenneth Krauss.


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Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Overture
Chapter 1: 
A Queer Premiere: Jean Cocteau's The Typewriter
Chapter 2: 
Collabo Beefcake and Resistant Reception: Ambiguity in Andr6 Obey's Eight Hundred Meters and
  The Suppliant Women
Chapter 3: 
French Identity: The Intended Audience for Jean Giraudoux's The Apollo of Marsac
Chapter 4: 
The Limits of Opportunism: Simone Jollivet's The Princess of Ursins
Chapter 5: 
The Politics of Intention: Jean Anouilh's Antigone via Oreste
Chapter 6:
The Politics of Reception: Jean-Paul Sartre's The Flies
Chapter 7:
A Politics of Sexuality: Henry de Montherlant's Nobody's Son
Chapter 8:
The Politics of Impersonation: Casting and Recasting Paul Claudel's The Satin Slipper
Epilogue:
Catching The Last Metro: Fran9ois Truffaut's Portrayal of Occupation Drama and Sexuality
Finale
Notes
Bibliography
Name Index and Literary Works





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: French drama 20th century History and criticism, Government, Resistance to, in literature, France History German occupation, 1940-1945, Theater France History 20th century, World War, 1939-1945 France Theater and the war