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PS338.N4 B57 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Table of Contents

Critical Introduction: Other Scribbling Women: African American Female DramatistsCarol P. Marsh-Lockett
Remaking the Minstrel: Pauline Hopkins' Peculiar Sam and the Post-Reconstruction Black SubjectMartha Patterson
Before the Strength, the Pain: Portraits of Elderly Black Women in Early 20th Century Anti-Lynching PlaysTrudier Harris
Segregated Sisterhood: Anger, Racism, and Feminism in Alice Childress' Florence and Wedding BandLaVinia Delois Jennings
'Sicker than a rabid dog': African American Women Playwrights Look at WarMarilyn Elkins
Mara: Angelina Grimk 's Other PlayChristine R. Gray
Black Male Subjectivity Deferred? The Quest for Voice and Authority in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the SunKeith Clark
The Desire/Nexus Authority in Contemporary African American Women's DramaLovalerie King
Celebrating the (Extra)Ordinary: Alice Childress' Representations of Black SelfhoodE. Barnsley Brown
The Discourse of Intercourse: Sexuality and Eroticism in African American Women's DramaJanice Lee Liddell
The Nightmare of History: Conceptions of Sexuality in Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a NegroCarla J. McDonough
"Filled with the Holy Ghost": Sexual Dimension and Dimensions of Sexuality in the Theatre of Ntozake ShangeNeal A. Lester