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 (fyo͞o′gärd, fo͞o′-), Athol Born 1932.
South African playwright and director whose works, including Master Harold ... and the Boys (1982), explore racial tension and inequality in South Africa, especially during apartheid.

Fugard

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(Biography) Athol (ˈæθəl). born 1932, South African dramatist and theatre director. His plays include The Blood-Knot (1961), Sizwe Bansi is Dead (1972), Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act (1974), and The Captain's Tiger (1999)
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Noun1.Fugard - South African playwright whose plays feature the racial tensions in South Africa during apartheid (born in 1932)
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It seems clear that Fugard wants us to ask the question--what kind of a sick seventeen-year-old boy casually talks to a forty-five year-old man this way?
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