“Hall, 28, is the first black woman to receive the prize since the awards began in 1976, and only the fourth female. August Wilson became the first black male writer to win the award in 2002. Hall’s triumph will propel her from being an unknown — who “did not have a Wikipedia entry before this” — to a playwright whose work will command international attention.” Times Online

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Written on March 15th, 2011 , Media
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