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Athol Fugard: A Catholic Antigone

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2008

Athol Fugard, the distinguished South African playwright, has written Boesman and Lena, Sizwe Bansi is Dead, A Lesson from Aloes, and Master Harold and the Boys, among other acclaimed plays. He recently completed a play about Hildegard of Bingen, a twelfth century German abbess, mystic, naturalist, composer, and author, who is considered one of the most remarkable women of the medieval period. Fugard reflects on Hildegard of Bingen and his own research into her life and work. Series: "Burke Lectureship on Religion & Society" [4/2003] [Humanities] [Show ID: 7118]

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