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Alisa, Alice

Author: Dragica Potočnjak; Lesley Wade Soule
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In 1966, Slovenia's borders were opened to Western Europe. In 1991 she achieved independence from former Yugoslavia, but since 1992 she has been the recipient of refugees from the Bosnian war." "Dragica Potocnjak's play deals symbolically with the attitude of the European Union towards refugees, and specifically with issues of prejudice between two small nations with different religions, in the immediate context of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Potočnjak, Dragica, 1958-
Alisa, Alice.
Bristol : Intellect, 2003
(OCoLC)607350642
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dragica Potočnjak; Lesley Wade Soule
ISBN: 1841501042 9781841501048 1841500895 9781841500898
OCLC Number: 54344762
Language Note: Translated from the Slovenian.
Notes: Translated from the Slovenian.
Description: vi, 82 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Foreword / Marion Roberts --
Introduction / Malcolm Miles --
Cultural Planning in East London / Graeme Evans --
Culture and Commerce --
European Culture Cities and Civic Distinction / Judith Kapferer --
Low-income Housing and Community Participation in N.E. Brazil / Denise Morado Nascimento --
Birmingham as a Cultural City / Tim Hall --
A New Script for the Lake District / Paul Usherwood --
Candy Coated Chronotope --
Spatial Representations of a Seaside Resort / Nicola Kirkham --
Consumption and the Post-Industrial City --
Nike Town / Friedrich von Bories --
University Campus as Ghost City / Habil Jan Hartman --
Border as Dialectic/Alison Marchant / Judith Rugg --
Icy Prospects / Liz Wells --
Puppet Theatre & Child Rights / Cariad Astles --
Lisbon Capital of Nothing / Mario Caeiro --
Southall Project / Helen MacKeith --
The Gift of Water / Jackie Brookner.
Other Titles: Alisa, Alica.
Responsibility: Dragica Potočnjak ; translated by Lesley Anne Wade.

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This play deals symbolically with the attitude of the European Union towards refugees. It explores issues of prejudice between two small nations with different religions, in the immediate context of  Read more...

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