African Theatre: Playwrights and Politics - African Theatre (Paperback)

by Martin Banham, Femi Osofisan, James Gibbs

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African playwrights remain aware of the political dimension of their work. This volume in the African Theatre series examines, for example, a theatrical collaboration inspired by the infamous execution of Ken Saro-Wiwa and raises issues around the power and politics of language in a Mauritian version of l>The Tempest/l>. North America: Indiana U Press; South Africa: Wits U PressBR>

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