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The Resource May all your fences have gates : essays on the drama of August Wilson, edited by Alan Nadel

May all your fences have gates : essays on the drama of August Wilson, edited by Alan Nadel

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May all your fences have gates : essays on the drama of August Wilson
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May all your fences have gates
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essays on the drama of August Wilson
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edited by Alan Nadel
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May all your fences have gates : essays on the drama of August Wilson, edited by Alan Nadel
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The history lesson : authenticity and anachronism in August Wilson's plays / by Anne Fleche -- August Wilson's burden : the function of neoclassical jazz / by Craig Werner -- Speaking of Ma Rainey / talking about the blues / by Sandra Adell -- Filling the time : reading history in the drama of August Wilson / by John Timpane -- Boundaries, logistics, and identity : the property of metaphor in Fences and Joe Turner's come and gone / by Alan Nadel --Ghosts on the piano : August Wilson and the representation of Black American history / by Michael Morales -- American history as 'loud talking' in Two trains running / by Mark William Rocha --Romare Bearden, August Wilson, and the traditions of African performance / by Joan Fishman -- The ground on which I stand : August Wilson's perspective on African American Women / By Sandra G. Shannon -- August Wilson's women / by Harry J. Elam, Jr. --August Wilson's gender lesson / by Missy Dehn Kubitschek -- I want a Black director / by August Wilson -- 'The crookeds with the straights' : Fences, race, and the politics of adaptation / by Michael Awkward
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x, 270 p.
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