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Absurdity of Wilson's Female Characters’ Survival, Success, Spirituality and Their Siren Position

@article{Mashaiekhy2018AbsurdityOW,
  title={Absurdity of Wilson's Female Characters’ Survival, Success, Spirituality and Their Siren Position},
  author={Masoumeh Mashaiekhy and Kian Pishkar},
  journal={Journal of Applied Linguistics and Language Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={210-223}
}
Since the importance of spirituality and post modernism is a globalized one this study tries to show position of female characters in Wilson’s masterpieces the Piano Lesson and The Fences. One of America’s most powerful and original dramatists, August Wilson offered an alternative history of the twentieth century, as seen from the perspective of black Americans. He celebrated the lives of those seemingly pushed to the margins of national life, but who were simultaneously protagonists of their… 

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