Zora Neale Hurston was an American folklorist and author whose best known work remains the novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God". Hurston also wrote a number of plays and in 1997, a number of her previously unknown plays were discovered in the Library of Congress's Copyright Deposit Drama Collection. The American Memory Project took the time to digitize these interesting works, and visitors to this site can browse through all ten of them at their leisure. They include "Lawing and Jawing", "Woofing", and "The Mule-Bone: A Comedy of Negro Life in Three Acts". Visitors will enjoy reading through these works, and the site also includes a timeline of important events in Hurston's life.
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