Southern Women Playwrights: New Essays in Literary History and Criticism

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Index
Actors Theatre of Louisville, xii–xiii, 89– 102, 107, 139–53, 154, 183, 230, 235
Adler, Jacob H., 3, 106
African American drama, 9n.7, 11–26, 73– 88, 183–97, 218–29, 233–34, 239–43
Alexander, Robert, 196
Aliens, 215
Allen, Lewis, 45
American Epoch, An (Odum), 29
America Play, The (Parks), xiv, 183, 190–92, 194–95
And Baby Makes Seven (Vogel), 202–04, 213–16
Anderson, Laurie, 228
Anderson, Valetta, ix, 232
Angel, Sabina, 232
Another Part of the Forest (Hellman), 27– 28, 31–34, 106, 108–12, 114–15, 118
Atlanta, xiv–xv, 7, 230–45
Auden, W. H., 66
Austin, Gayle, 85
Autumn Garden, The (Hellman), 27–28, 34– 35, 105–06
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 127–28
Baldwin, James, 189
Ballad of the Sad Café, The (McCullers), 44
Baltimore Waltz, The (Vogel), 198–99, 204– 05, 207–08, 210–15
Barnes, Clive, 237
Barnett, Claudia, 154–68
Barranger, Milly S., 6, 109, 219
Barreca, Regina, 125, 133
Bass, Ellen, 111
Bass, George Houston, 15
Beckett, Samuel, 75, 103, 189
Bell, Elizabeth S., 89–102
Benedict, Ruth, 12
Berkinow, Louise, 104
Bestko, Kathleen, 4
Betting on the Dust Commander (Wallace), 185
Bhaba, Homi, 184
Bingham, Sallie, ix, 90
Bloom, Harold, xii, 103–04, 121
Blues for an Alabama Sky (Cleage), 240, 242
Boas, Franz, 12
Bonin-Rodriguez, Paul, 170
Bourbon at the Border (Cleage), 240, 242
Boyarin, Jonathan, 199
Brass Bed and Other Stories, The (Cleage), 239
Brecht, Bertolt, 156–57, 163, 165, 174, 189, 208
Bridgeforth, Sharon, ix
Britten, Benjamin, 66
Broadway, 11, 13–14, 42–60, 74–75, 170–71
Brown, Phyllis George, 140
Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth, 183–97
Brustein, Robert, 194
Burke, Sally, 1, 103–23
“Canannie and Alice” (Gilman), 125–26, 130–31, 136–37

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