Black South African Women: An Anthology of Plays

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An anthology of South African plays by Kathy A. Perkins[1]. The plays selected all focus on the lives of Black South African women. Includes the work of, and interviews with, award-winning and emerging authors.

Contains:

An Introduction by Kathy A. Perkins[2], plus the plays A Coloured Place by Lueen Conning (1996); So What's New? by Fatima Dike; House-Hunting Unlike Soweto by Sindiwe Magona; Cheaper than Roses (Ismail Mahomed); Umongikazi/The Nurse (Maishe Maponya); Have You Seen Zandile? by Gcina Mhlophe; WEEMEN (Thulani Mtshali); Flight from the Mahabarath by Muthal Naidoo; Sheila's Day by Duma Ndlovu; Kwa-Landlady by Magi Noninzi Williams.


Published in the USA by Routledge in 1998, in South Africa by Juta and Company Ltd. in 1999, and as an E-Book by Routledge in 2006.

Sources

SACat: A union catalogue of items held by Southern African libraries.

Stellenbosch University Library catalogue.

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