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Wines in the Wilderness Plays by African American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present

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9780275935672


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0275935671


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Publisher:  Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
Summary: For those whose familiarity with black women playwrights is limited to the works of Lorraine Hansbury and Ntozake Shange, this collection of 15 plays written between 1925 and 1985 by eight authors will be a revelation. They express a passionate longing for social justice and for a stable, nurturing relationship between black men and women. . . . This anthology helps to fill a serious gap in the standard histories of ...American drama and should be purchased by most black studies and theater collections. Library Journal Wines in the Wilderness brings together thirteen plays by black women from the 1920s to the present, including works by Marita Bonner, Georgia Douglas Johnson, Eulalie Spence, May Miller, Shirley Graham, Alice Childress, Sonia Sanchez, Sybil Kein, and Elizabeth Brown-Guillory. The plays and dramatists selected are representative of and have made considerable contributions to African American theater. Although the works of these playwrights span over sixty years, they are closely linked by the theme of women struggling to define their roles in society. The heroines speak out against interracial and intraracial biases, stereotyping, lynch mobs, illiteracy, poverty, promiscuity, self-righteousness, abusive men, rape, and miscegenation. Each play is preceded by a critical introduction that includes biographical information, an assessment of the playwright's contributions to black theater, and a synopsis and critical analysis of the play. The bibliography that follows the plays provides selected lists of published plays, produced plays, and anthologies. An index completes the work. This collection represents an effort to make available plays written by black women that have not been published or are now out of print. In recovering these plays, scholars will now be able to take a close look at the contributions that black women dramatists have made not only to African American theater, but to American theater in general.

Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth is the author of Wines in the Wilderness Plays by African American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present, published 1990 under ISBN 9780275935672 and 0275935671. Twenty two Wines in the Wilderness Plays by African American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, seventeen used from the cheapest price of $2.39, or buy new starting at $38.69.
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ISBN-13: 9780275935672


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Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
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