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Books Like Burn This by Lanford Wilson | Suggesting Reading

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Talley's Folly, one of Wilson's most successful plays, was first performed in 1979. Set in 1944, this play is about the romance between a thirty-one-year-old Midwestern spinster and a forty-two-year-old Jewish tax accountant.

Wilson's Gingham Dog, written in 1969, is the story about the end of a marriage. Vincent and Gloria are an interracial couple and the end of their marriage focuses on issues of social change.

Serenading Louie, Wilson's 1976 play, is about alienation, estrangement, and death. The focus is on two couples, neighbors who are enduring a crisis in each couple's lives

August Wilson's Fences, written in 1987 but set in 1957, examines the effects of discrimination on a family. Although the discrimination that takes place in Fences is based on race, the idea of

how love can survive in a world filled with pain and death is similar to the subject of Burn This.

Mordaunt Shairp's The Green...

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