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Bogumil, Mary L., Understanding August Wilson, University of South Carolina Press, 1999, p. 65.

Fleche, Anne, "The History Lesson: Authenticity and Anachronism in August Wilson's Plays," in May All Your Fences Have Gates: Essays on the Drama of August Wilson, edited by Alan Nadel, University of Iowa Press, 1994, p. 14.

Pereira, Kim, August Wilson and the African-American Odyssey, University of Illinois Press, 1995, pp. 70, 81.

Plum, Jay, "Blues, History, and the Dramaturgy of August Wilson," in African American Review, Vol. 27, No. 4, Winter 1993, pp. 561-67.

Shannon, Sandra G., The Dramatic Vision of August Wilson,Howard University Press, 1995, pp. 120-21.

———, "The Ground on Which I Stand: August Wilson's Perspective on African American Women," in May All Your Fences Have Gates: Essays on the Drama of August Wilson, edited by Alan Nadel, University of Iowa Press, 1994, p. 151.

Wilson, August, Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Penguin Books, 1988.

———,  "The Play," in Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Penguin Books, 1988.

Wolfe, Peter, August Wilson, Twayne Publishers, 1999, pp. 77, 79-80, 88.

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