Hardback, 112 pages ISBN: 9781559363020Publication Date:
10 Apr 2008
Size: 220mm x 142mm£25.00
First Staged:
Yale Repertory Theatre, 1985; Broadway, 1987


By August Wilson

Hardback £25.00

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The story of Troy Maxson, once a baseball star in the Negro Leagues, now fighting for the right to be first black man to drive a garbage truck in 1950s Pittsburgh. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

The play is part of August Wilson's Century Cycle, his epic dramatisation of the African American experience in the twentieth century.

This edition includes a Foreword by Samuel G. Freedman. 

'A fierce commitment to particularity... August Wilson has made America see Troy Maxson, in all his precise and explicit blackness, as one of our fathers' Samuel G. Freedman, from his Foreword

Hardback,112 pages ISBN: 9781559363020Publication Date:
10 Apr 2008
Size: 220mm x 142mm£25.00

Also by August Wilson:

King Hedley II
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
Gem of the Ocean
Joe Turner's Come and Gone
King Hedley II
Radio Golf
Two Trains Running
The Piano Lesson
The Ground On Which I Stand
Radio Golf
Seven Guitars

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