6 edition of Reading Contemporary African American Drama: Fragments of History, Fragments of Self (African American Literature and Culture: Expanding and Exploding the Boundaries) found in the catalog.
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Trudier Harris (Editor), Jennifer Larson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
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"Reading Contemporary African American Drama is an important reminder that history has never been a closed book for African American dramatists. By rejecting the long and troubling record of silent, biased, and inaccurate accounts of the African American past, dramatists from William Wells Brown and W.E.B.
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In his treatise, An Anatomy of Drama, Martin Esslin writes, ‘The theatre is the place where a nation thinks in public in front of itself.’¹ He adds, ‘Hamlet speaks of the theatre holding a mirror up to nature.I think in fact it is society to which the theatre holds up the mirror.
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Fragments of the narrator’s history make up the rest. A genre-bending, important book, political and personal and not a little outrageous. The Dream Songs, John Berryman.Our history book recommendations are currently organized by time period (ancient, medieval, modern, contemporary) or around important events or key historical figures.
We have leading historians talking about the best way of writing history in general (e.g. Sir Hew Strachan on military history).An extraordinary book, and impossible to classify. Part family history, part American history, part American geology and geography.
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