Balkan plots: new plays from Central and Eastern Europe
Aurora Metro Press, 2000 - Drama - 191 pages
Includes: The Body of a Woman by Matei Visniec (Bosnia), translated by Alison Sinclair; Cordon by Nebojsa Romcevic (Yugoslavia), translated by Sladjana Vujovic; When I Want to Whistle, I Whistle . . . by Andreea Valean (Romania), translated by Cheryl Robson and Claudiu Trandafir; Soap Opera by Gyorgy Spiro (Hungary), translated by Andrew Bock.
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Introduction by Gina Landor
want to whistle I whistle
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ain't American asking Balkan bastard BEAR Belgrade believe BLACKIE Blackout Borko Bosnia Budapest Cheryl Robson child coming corpses Croats DAUGHTER dead Deutsch Marks doctor door DORRA KATE DORRA DORRA Yes DRAGON drama DULE enters ethnic Europe everything excavation father feel fuck Germans GIRL give hate hear Hungarian inside ISBN Jewish Jews JOVANKA whispering KATE DORRA KATE KATE Yes kids kill KOLE laughs leave live look mass grave Matei Visniec McNoil mother Naomi Wallace Nationalist Nazi NEIGHBOR NEPHEW neurosis never Okay Pause PEASANT Phil Willmott play police raped reparations Romanian SCENE scream Serbs shit Short beat Soap Opera someone sorry Star Power stones Stop talk tell Theatre there's thing told trying Turks understand Visniec wait walks WARDEN What's who's WOMAN women write ZORICA