III INDIVIDUAL DRAMATISTSThe following playwrights have had at least one drama published since 1959. For
those playwrights with multiple published works, the dramas are listed chronologically.
C1. ABRAMSON, DOLORES
The one-act drama examines the proper behavior of black women as seen
by God and by the devil.
|C1.1. -----. The Light. Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees of Blackness
Comin' at You. Ed.
Sonia Sanchez. New York: 5X Publishing, 1971. n.
Scholarly Criticism Peterson Bernard L. "Abramson, Dolores." Contemporary Black American Playwrights. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1988.
C2. AHMAD, DOROTHY
|C2.1. -----. "Papa's Daughter." The Drama Review ( Black Theatre Issue) 12 (Summer 1968): 139-145.|
The one-act drama, according to CBAP, "explores the unwholesome relationship that has developed between a father and daughter after the
death of the mother, and the daughter's attempt to cope with this
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Book title: Contemporary African American Female Playwrights:An Annotated Bibliography.
Contributors: Dana A. Williams - Author.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: 23.
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