- Title Pages
- Reign Periods of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
- One Opera Aficionados and Guides to Boy Actresses
- Two Metropolitan Opera, Border Crossings, and the State
- Three Musical Genre, Opera Hierarchy, and Court Patronage
- Four Social Melodrama and the Sexing of Political Complaint
- Five Sex versus Violence in “I, Sister-in-Law” Operas
- Appendix One Glossary of Drama Terms, Opera Genres, and Performance Role Types
- Appendix Two Scripts of <i>Feicui yuan</i>
- Appendix Three Mostly Rare, Hand-Copied Scripts of <i>Saozo Wo</i> Plays
- Character List
- Opera and the City
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