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Wilson, August

  1. In Abbotson, Susan C. W. Masterpieces of 20th Century American Drama. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2005. pp. 191-210.
    Criticism -- The Piano Lesson

  2. In Bigsby, C.W.E. Modern American Drama, 1945-1990. Cambridge, England; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1992. pp. 285-298.
    Criticism -- Works -- Fences -- Joe Turner's Come and Gone -- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

  3. In Bloom, Harold, ed. Modern American Drama. Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, c2005. pp.21-44.
    Criticism -- Works -- Fences -- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

  4. Brown, C. "The Light in August." In Esquire. v. 111. April, 1989. pp. 116-118, plus.
    Biography -- Works

  5. Brustein, Robert. "The Lesson of 'The Piano Lesson'." In New Republic. May 21, 1990. New York : The Republic Pub. Co. pp. 28-30.
    Criticism -- The Piano Lesson

  6. Cigdem, Usekes. "We're the Leftovers: Whiteness as Economic Power and Explotation in August Wilson's Twentieth-Century Cycle of Plays." In African American Review. Vol. 37, No. 1, Spring 2003, pp. 115-125.
    Criticism -- Works

  7. Conway, Terry and Cornelius, Mary Ellen. "Fences"In English Journal. Dec 1990. v79, n8. p82.
    Criticism -- Fences

  8. In Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. Detroit : Gale Research Co. pp. 422-426.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Works

  9. Devries, H. "A Song in Search of Itself." In American Theater. V. 3. January, 1987. pp. 22-25.
    Biography -- Works

  10. Freedman, S. G. "A Voice from the Streets. In New York Times Magazine, March 15, 1987. New York, N.Y. : The New York Times. pp 36+.
    Biography --

  11. Gates, Henry Louis. "The Chitlin Circuit." In New Yorker. Feb 3, 1997. V. 72, n. 45. pg. 44.
    Criticism --

  12. Gill, Brendan . "Hard Times." In New Yorker. V 60, n. 152. October 22, 1984. pg. 152.
    Criticism -- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

  13. Hornby, Richard. "Seven Guitars." In Hudson Review Summer 1996. v49, n2. pg 284.
    Criticism -- Seven Guitars

  14. Hornby, Richard. "Two Trains Running." In Hudson Review Summer 1992. v45, n2. pg 293.
    Criticism -- Seven Guitars

  15. Kanfer, Stefan. "Seven Guitars." In New Leader. June 3, 1996. v79, n3 pg 23.
    Criticism -- Seven Guitars

  16. In Kolin, Philip, ed. The Influence of Tennessee Williams. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2008. pp. 122-134.
    Criticism -- Works -- Tennessee Williams

  17. Kramer, M. "The Piano Lesson." In New Yorker. V. 66. pp. 82-83.
    Criticism -- The Piano Lesson

  18. In Krasner, David American Drama: 1945-2000. Malden, MA ; Oxford : Blackwell, 2006. pp. 132-139, 157-160.
    Criticism -- Fences -- Joe Turner's Come and Gone -- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom -- The Piano Lesson -- Two Trains Running

  19. Leiter, R. "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." In Hudson Review. V. 38. Summer, 1985. pp. 299-300.
    Criticism -- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

  20. Lyons, Bonnie. "An Interview with August Wilson." In Contemporary Literature , Volume 40, No. 1, Spring 1999. pp. 1-21.
    Interview

  21. Mordecai, B. "The August Wilson Experiment: Buying Time." In American Theater. V. 3. January, 1987. pg. 27.
    Biography -- Works

  22. In Plimpton, George, ed. Playwrights at Work. New York : Modern Library, 2000. pp. 346-368.
    Criticism -- Interview

  23. Rich Frank. "Two Trains Running." In New York Times Theater Reviews, 1991/1992. New York, New York Times, 1994. pp. 308-309. (Originally published: April 14, 1992. Section C, pg. 13.)
    Criticism -- Two Trains Running

  24. Rudolph, Amanda. "Images of African American Religions and Christianity in Joe Turner's Come and Gone amd The Piano Lesson." In Journal of Black Studies. Vol. 33, No. 5, May 2003, pp. 562-575.
    Criticism -- Joe Turner's Come and Gone -- The Piano Lesson

  25. Seibert, Gary. "Fences." In America. V. 156, n. 24. June 20-27, 1987. pg. 508.
    Criticism -- Fences

  26. Seibert, Gary. "Flesh and Blood Icons." In America. V. 158, n. 15. April 16, 1988. pg. 410+.
    Criticism -- Joe Turner's Come and Gone

  27. Taylor, Regina. "That's why they call it the Blues." In American Theater. April, 1996. v13, n4. pg. 18.
    Criticism -- Interview -- Works

  28. "Wilson, August." In Current Biography Yearbook, 1987. New York, H.W. Wilson Co. pp. 607-610.
    Biography --

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