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Brink, Andre, "'No Way Out': Sizwe Bansi is Dead and the Dilemma of Political Drama in South Africa," in Twentieth Century Literature, Winter, 1993, pp. 438-55.

This article focuses on the play's cyclic nature and treatment of apartheid.

Donahue, Francis, "Apartheid's Dramatic Legacy: Athol Fugard," in The Midwest Quarterly, Spring, 1995, pp. 323-31.

This interview provides an overview of Fugard's career, including Sizwe Bansi Is Dead.

Lester, Eleanor, "I Am in Despair about South Africa," in New York Times, December 1, 1974, Section 2, p. 5.

This article features an interview with Fugard and discusses the genesis of Sizwe Bansi Is Dead.

Peck, Richard, "Condemned to Chose, But What? Existentialism in Selected Works by Fugard, Brink, and Gordimer," in Research in African Literatures, Fall, 1992, pp. 67-83.

This article explores the existential aspects of Fugard'splays.

Walder, Dennis, "Crossing Boundaries: The Genesis of the Township Plays," in Twentieth Century Literature, Winter, 1993, pp. 409-23.

This article surveys...

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