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Athol Fugard issue

Author: Jack Barbera
Publisher: Hempstead, N.Y. : Hofstra University Press, 1993.
Series: Twentieth century literature, v. 39, no. 4.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Athol Fugard; Athol Fugard
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Barbera
OCLC Number: 31470091
Notes: Cover title.
Description: xix, 381-540 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Fugard, women, and politics / Jack Barbera --
Some problems of a playwright from South Africa / Athol Fugard --
The apprenticeship years / Sheila Fugard --
Crossing boundaries: The genesis of the township plays / Dennis Walder --
Power, self, and other: the absurd in Boesman and Lena / Craig W. McLuckie --
Fugard as director: An interview with the cast of Boesman and Lena, 1992 / Jack Barbera --
"No way out" : Sizwe Bansi is dead and the dilemma of political drama in South Africa / Andre Brink --
Encounters with Fugard : Native of the Karoo / Mary Benson --
Life in the theatre: Autobiography, politics, and romance in "Master Harold" ... and the boys / John O. Jordan --
The artist as an outcast and a mother in The Road to Mecca / Janet Ruth Heller --
Realizing Fugard / Susan Hilferty --
Drama and politics in a state of emergency: My children! My Africa! / Nicholas Visser --
Fugard masters the code / Gerald Weales --
A tribute for Athol Fugard at sixty / Don Maclennan --
Recent notebook entries / Anthol Fugard.
Series Title: Twentieth century literature, v. 39, no. 4.
Responsibility: Jack Barbera, guest editor.

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