Top Books by August Wilson

Top Books by August Wilson

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August Wilson was a playwright known for spearheading the role of African Americans in theatre. Throughout his life, he wrote plays that highlighted the African American experience. He is known for writing plays such as Fences, The Piano Lesson and The Pittsburgh Cycle, the last one being his magnum opus.¬† In this article, we'll go through some of the best books written by August Wilson. The Ground on Which I Stand¬† Written as a call for African Americans by August Williams to take over their cultural identity, the text highlights why permanent institutions must be established in order to celebrate the achievements of African Americans as well as to preserve them. Wilson wanted African Americans to stamp their authority in performing arts and to make their voices heard in the…
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