October 22, 2016, 10:00 AM CST (in progress)
St. Louis, MO, USALive Auction
Lot 296: COLLECTION OF SCREENPLAYS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS.(17 views)
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COLLECTION OF SCREENPLAYS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS.
Fourteen screenplays and essays on Black Americans in theater, most signed by the author.
-Bullins, E. (1971). The duplex: A Black love fable in four movements. New York: Morrow. Signed.
-Bullins, E. (1972). Four dynamite plays. New York: W. Morrow. Signed.
-Bullins, E. (1973). The reluctant rapist. New York: Harper & Row. Signed
-Bullins, E. (2009). The hungered one: early writings by Ed Bullins. New York: Morrow. Signed.
-Fuller, C. (1982). A soldier''s play: A play. New York: Hill and Wang. Signed, together with 2 letters and a poster.
-Hill, E. (1980). The Theater of Black Americans: A collection of critical essays (Volume 2). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
-Hill, E. (1980). The Theater of Black Americans: A collection of critical essays (Volume I). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
-Hill, E. (1989). Black heroes: Seven plays. New York: Applause Theatre Book Puhblishers.
-Hill, E., & Hatch, J. V. (2003). A history of African American theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Signed.
-Shange, N. (1977). For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf: A choreopoem. New York: MacMillan. Signed.
-Shange, N. (1977). For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf: A choreopoem. New York: MacMillan.
-Shange, N. (1981). Three pieces. New York: Penguin Books.
-Shange, N. (1985). Betsey Brown: A novel. New York: St. Martin''s Press. Signed.
-Shange, N. (1996). Liliane. London: Minerva. Signed.
Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.
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