17) Armond White Theater Review of August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone play -1988-
“On the other hand, August Wilson’s depiction of how African religion and voodoo thrive at the
periphery or lie hidden in the center of the twentieth century’s new urban Black lifestyles is unavoidably intriguing. He doesn’t…”
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