The Cambridge companion to August Wilson /
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- August Wilson: the ground on which he stood / Christopher Bigsby
- Been here and gone / John Lahr
- August Wilson's relationship to Black theatre: community, aesthetics, history and race / Mary L. Bogumil
- Music and mythology in August Wilson's plays / Kim Pereira
- Gem of the ocean and the redemptive power of history / Harry J. Elam, Jr.
- Joe Turner's come and gone / Samuel A. Hay
- Ma Rainey's black bottom: cutting the historical record, dramatizing a blues CD / Alan Nadel
- A piano and its history: family and transcending family / Felicia Hardison Londré
- The tragedy of Seven guitars / Brenda Murphy
- Safe at home?: August Wilson's Fences / Matthew Roudané
- Two trains running: blood on the tracks / Stephen Bottoms
- Jitney, folklore and responsibility / David Krasner
- King Hedley II: in the midst of all this death / Joan Herrington
- Radio golf: the courage of his convictions: survival, success and sprituality / Margaret Booker
- Critics on August Wilson / David K. Sauer and Janice A. Sauer
- An interview with August Wilson / Christopher Bigsby.