Black Heroes: Seven Plays

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Errol Hill
Hal Leonard Corporation, 1989 - Drama - 426 pages
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(Applause Books). Collected here for the first time are plays many of which have been unavailable for decades which pronounce a black American struggle for freedom, advancement and equality from the days of slavery to the era of civil rights. Includes: Emperor of Haiti by Langston Hughes; Nat Turner by Randolph Edmonds; In Splendid Error by William Branch; Harriet Tubman by May Miller; Paul Robeson by Phillip Hayes Dean; I, Marcus Garvey by Edgar White; and Roads of the Mountain Top by Roy Milner.
 

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EMPEROR OF HAITI
1
17581806
2
19021967
75
NAT TURNER
77
NAT TURNER 18001831
78
19001983
99
HARRIET TUBMAN
101
182071913
102
1927
203
AND THE CAPTIVITY OF BABYLON
205
18871940
206
1947
275
PAUL ROBESON
277
18981976
278
PHILLIP HAYES DEAN
352
A Portrait of Dr Martin Luther King Jr
355

1899
120
A play in Three Acts
123
FREDERICK DOUGLASS 18171895
124
19291968
356
1938
425
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