Additional Resources for Two Trains Running by August Wilson

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

Bogumil's useful and accessible overview of Wilson's career and dramatic output is directed towards students as well as nonacademic readers. It provides a biographical outline of Wilson and his place in African American drama and a discussion of each major play through Seven Guitars.

Elkins, Marilyn, August Wilson: A Casebook, Garland Publishing, 2000.

This collection of essays by leading scholars of twentieth-century African American theater includes a broad overview of Wilson's politics and their relation to his plays. It also contains two interviews, one with Wilson's longtime collaborator and mentor, Lloyd Richards, and one with Wilson himself.

Menson-Furr, Ladrica, “Booker T. Washington, August Wilson, and the Shadows in the Garden,” in Mosaic, Vol. 38, No. 4, December 2005, pp. 175-91.

Menson-Furr's sophisticated article places Wilson against a broad historical backdrop, analyzing his place in twentieth-century African American history...

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