When he was teaching a writing workshop at Dartmouth University, August Wilson said, ?My generation of blacks knew very well little about the past of our parents. They shielded us from the indignation they suffered.? Here Wilson speaks to the complicated relationship that the African-American community has with its past, one that is often defined by dehumanization, slavery, and violence. In The Piano Lesson, Wilson presents a family struggling with its own past. For this post, I would like you to respond to the following questions: how does the piano represent this past? How do Berniece?s and Boy Willie?s plans for the piano reflect their own way of dealing or not dealing with the family?s past? (As with your previous posts, make sure to support your response with evidence from the text.)
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