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Contemporary Native American writer Sherman Alexie in his novel Reservation Blues (1996) explores the complex historical relationship between indigenous cultures and Christianity in the United States which is alluded to in Angels Fall through the relationship between Father Doherty and Don Tabaha.

Drama scholar Christopher Bigsby, in his Contemporary American Playwrights (1999), analyzes the contemporary American theater scene by focusing on ten playwrights who have secured major reputations in drama but who may not have garnered major academic interest. His study includes chapters on Marsha Norman, Tony Kushner, Wendy Wasserstein, and Lanford Wilson.

In New American Dramatists 1960—1980, Ruby Cohn covers a range of contemporary playwrights who have influenced American theater. Whereas the actual coverage of individual works is cursory, the book, published in 1981, provides an important overview of drama during an experimental and fertile period of American drama.

Robert Del Tredici's At Work in the Fields...

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