How to explain the history of communism to mental patients and other plays (Book, 2015) [WorldCat.org]
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How to explain the history of communism to mental patients and other plays

Author: Matei VișniecJozefina KomporalyNicholas AwdeJeremy LawrenceJoyce NettlesAll authors
Publisher: London : Seagull Books, 2015.
Series: In performance (Series), 15.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : English
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Dramatist, poet, novelist, and journalist Matei Visniec, born in Romania and living in France since seeking political asylum in 1987, has been one of the most trenchant voices of Europe, condemning  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Drama
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Théâtre
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Named Person: Matei Vișniec; Matei Vișniec
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matei Vișniec; Jozefina Komporaly; Nicholas Awde; Jeremy Lawrence; Joyce Nettles; Alison Sinclair; Catherine Popescu
ISBN: 9780857422200 0857422200 0857421778 9780857421777
OCLC Number: 897444799
Description: xlii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Contents: Decomposed theater, or, The human trashcan --
The body of a woman as a battlefield in the Bosnian war --
How to explain the history of communism to mental patients --
Richard III will not take place, or Scenes from the life of Meyerhold --
The word progress on my mother's lips does not ring true --
Occidental Express --
And now who's going to do the dishes?
Series Title: In performance (Series), 15.
Other Titles: Plays.
Responsibility: Matei Visniec ; edited and introduced by Jozefina Komporaly ; translated by Nick Awde, Jeremy Lawrence, Joyce Nettles, Alison Sinclair, Catherine Popescu, and Jozefina Komporaly.

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