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Les blancs: a drama in two acts.

Author: Lorraine Hansberry; Robert Nemiroff; Charlotte Zaltzberg
Publisher: New York, S. French 1972.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English : Samuel French acting ed
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Les Blancs confronts the hope and tragedy of Africa in revolution. The setting is a white Christian mission in a colony about to explode. The time is that hour of reckoning when no one the guilty nor the innocent can evade the consequences of white colonialism and imperatives of black liberation. Tshembe Matoseh, the English educated son of a chief, has come home to bury his father. He finds his teenage brother a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorraine Hansberry; Robert Nemiroff; Charlotte Zaltzberg
OCLC Number: 7099557
Description: 120 pages ; 19 cm
Responsibility: Final text adapted by Robert Nemiroff. Script associate, Charlotte Zaltzberg.

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Les Blancs confronts the hope and tragedy of Africa in revolution. The setting is a white Christian mission in a colony about to explode. The time is that hour of reckoning when no one the guilty nor the innocent can evade the consequences of white colonialism and imperatives of black liberation. Tshembe Matoseh, the English educated son of a chief, has come home to bury his father. He finds his teenage brother a near alcoholic and his older brother a priest and traitor to his people. Forswearing politics and wanting only to return to his wife and child in England, Tshembe is drawn into the conflict symbolized by a woman dancer, the powerful Spirit of Africa who pursues him.

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