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Anadolu-Okur, Nilgun, Contemporary African-American Theater: Afrocentricity in the Works of Larry Neal, Amiri Baraka, and Charles Fuller, Garland Publishing, 1997.

This text is an analysis of the impact of three important African-American playwrights in the historical context of Black Theater movements.

Baraka, Amiri, ed., Confirmation: An Anthology of African-American Women, Morrow, 1983.... This book is seen as a collection of important writings by African-American women.

—, Eulogies, Marsilio Publishers, 1996.

This work is a collection of eulogies given by Baraka for the funerals of many famous African-American writers, musicians, and intellectuals, including Malcolm X, John Coltrane, James Baldwin, Miles Davis, and Toni Cade Bambara.

Baraka, Amiri, and Larry Neal, eds., Black Fire: An Anthology of Afro-American Writing, Morrow, 1968.

Baraka is a contributor as well as editor of this landmark anthology in African-American literary history.

Elam, Harry J., Jr., Taking It to the Streets: The Social Protest Theater of Luis Valdez and...

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