The Crucifixion of Brotherman (The Man Behind the Laughing Shadow). A Play (from the Notes of Brotherman)

TitleThe Crucifixion of Brotherman (The Man Behind the Laughing Shadow). A Play (from the Notes of Brotherman)
Year for Search1975
Authors[Shears], [Carl Lee](1937-79)
Tertiary AuthorsSaggittarus, [pseud.]
Pagination62 pp.
Date Published1975
PublisherNuclassics and Science Publishing
Place PublishedWashington, DC
KeywordsAfrican-American author, Male author
Annotation

The dystopia of being a Black man, particularly a Black scientist, in the U. S. The play focuses on the mistreatment of an up-and-coming Black graduate student. See also 1971 (2), 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Shears, I Am Ishmael, and 1978 Shears. 

Pseudonym

Saggittarus [pseud.]. 

Holding Institutions

NN, PSt

Author Note

The African-American author (1937-79) was a physicist who turned to writing about social issues.

Full Text

1975 [Shears, Carl Lee] (1937-79). The Crucifixion of Brotherman (The Man Behind the Laughing Shadow). A Play (from the Notes of Brotherman). By Saggittarus [pseud.]. Washington, DC: Nuclassics and Science Publishing. 62 pp. NN, PSt

The dystopia of being a Black man, particularly a Black scientist, in the U. S. The play focuses on the mistreatment of an up-and-coming Black graduate student. See also 1971 (2), 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Shears, I Am Ishmael, and 1978 Shears. The African-American author was a physicist who turned to writing about social issues.