Additional Resources for Boesman & Lena by Athol Fugard

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Davenport, T. R. H. South Africa: A Modern History, Cambridge University Press, 1977.

This book covers South African history, focusing on the nineteen and twentieth centuries.

Fugard, Athol. Cousins: A Memoir, Theatre Communications Group, 1997.

In this autobiography, the author discusses his life, focusing primarily on his childhood.

Fugard, Athol. Notebooks, 1960-1977, Knopf, 1983.

This book contains the playwrights notes on many of his plays written in this time period, including Boesman & Lena.

Richards, Lloyd. "The Art of Theater VIII: Athol Fugard" in Paris Review, Summer, 1989, p. 128.

This interview with Fugard includes information on his inspirations and the mechanics of writing his plays, including Boesman & Lena.

Vandenbroucke, Russell. Truths the Hand Can Touch: The Theatre of Athol Fugard, Donker, 1986.

This book discusses Fugard's background and work in depth, including Boesman & Lena.

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