The Key to Our Aborted Dreams: Five Plays by Contemporary Belgian Women Writers
P. Lang, 1998 - Drama - 203 pages
Such stuff as dreams are made of...On a personal, social, political, and historical level, women have their dreams - too often thwarted in the past. Five very different plays deal with frustrated aspirations. Who is in a better position to deal with these than a woman, and what better medium than the theatre to bring them to life?
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