Wines in the Wilderness: Plays by African American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

SELECTED PUBLISHED PLAYS BY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN

Abramson Dolores. "The Light.." Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees of Blackness Comin at You.. Ed. Sonia Sanchez. New York: 5X Publishing Co., 1971, 137-138

Adams Janis. "St. Stephen: A Passion Play.." Confirmation.. Ed. Amiri and Amina Baraka . New York: William Morrow and Co., 1983

Ahmad Dorothy. "Papa's Daughter.." Drama Review. 12, 139-145

Amis Lola Jones. Exploring the Black Experience in America.. New York: Franklin Square, 1976.

-----. Three Plays: The Other Side of the Wall, Places of Wrath and Helen.. New York: Exposition, 1965

Anderson T. Dianne. The Unicorn Died at Dawn: Plays Poems and Other Writings. Lutz, Florida: Anderson Publishing, 1981. (Includes nine plays.)

Basshe Em Jo. "Earth.." New York: The McCaulay Group, 1927

Batson Susan. "Hoodoo Talkin.." Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees of Blackness Comin at You.. Ed. Sonia Sanchez. New York: 5X Publishing Co., 1971, 145-178

Beale Tita. "A Just Piece.." Liberator., June 1970, 16

Bohanon Mary. "Find the Girl.." A Galaxy of Black Writing.. Ed. R. Baird Shuman. Durham, North Carolina: Moore Publishing Co., 1970

Bonner Marita. "Exit, an Illusion.." Crisis. 36 ( October 1929), 335-336, 352.

-----. "The Pot Maker.." Opportunity. 5 ( February 1927), 43-46.

-----. "The Purple Flower.." Crisis. 35 January 1928), 9-11, 28, 30. Repr. in Black Theater USA: Forty-Five Plays By Black Americans (1847-1974).. ed. James Hatch . New York: Free Press, 1974

Brooks Charlotte Kendrick. "Firm Foundations.." Negro History Bulletin., March 1954, 128-131

Brown Beverly S. "The Snake Chief.." Negro History Bulletin., March 1971, 70-71

Brown-Guillory Elizabeth. "Bayou Relics.." Colorado Springs., Colorado: Contemporary Drama Service, 1983.

-----. "Snapshots of Broken Dolls.." Colorado Springs., Colorado: Contemporary Drama Service, 1987.

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