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Seven Guitars
Hardback, 128 pages ISBN: 9781559363013Publication Date:
10 Apr 2008
Size: 220mm x 144mm£25.00
First Staged:
Goodman Theatre, Chicago, 1995; Broadway, 1996

Seven Guitars

By August Wilson

Hardback £25.00

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Floyd 'Schoolboy' Barton has fallen on bad times since blowing the money he got for recording his song, 'That's All Right'. Now the song is a hit, and he has one more chance to make it in life. 

Set in 1940s Pittsburgh, Seven Guitars is a play about the search for self-fulfillment and acceptance in a hostile world.

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 Tony Kushner.

'The play is about knowing and not knowing what time it is, about time passing, but even more significantly, about time stalling, with tragic consequences' Tony Kushner, from his Foreword

Hardback,128 pages ISBN: 9781559363013Publication Date:
10 Apr 2008
Size: 220mm x 144mm£25.00

Also by August Wilson:

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

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