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A playwright who never shied from death

In life and work, August Wilson was haunted by mortality

By Patti Hartigan
Globe Correspondent / October 9, 2005

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''Ain't nothing wrong with talking about death. That's part of life. Everybody gonna die. You gonna die. I'm gonna die . . . Hell, we all gonna die." (Full article: 1402 words)

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