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Hungarian Plays

Upor, Laszlo

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ISBN 10: 1854592440 / ISBN 13: 9781854592446
Published by Nick Hern Books, London, United Kingdom, 1996
Used Condition: Very Good No Binding
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1996, Nick Hern Books, Softcover, digest size, Mild wear to bright unfaded green covers. Clean, unmarked. Hungarian plays Translated into English. Peter Karpati, Andras Nagy, Akos Nemeth, Andor Szilagyi, selected by Laszlo Upor. Drama, Plays, European, Hungary. Bookseller Inventory # 009333

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Title: Hungarian Plays

Publisher: Nick Hern Books, London, United Kingdom

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Very Good

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This volume presents a pioneering selection of up-to-the minute plays from the vibrant but little-known theatre of present-day Hungary. Everywoman by Peter Karpati is a modern retelling of the medieval Everyman story, with a female protagonist. The Seducer's Diary by Andras Nagy is loosely based on autobiographical writings by the Danish philosopher Kierkegaard. Offering a metaphor for modern Hungary, Muller's Dancers by Akos Nemeth shows a dance troupe falling apart when their leader deserts them. And in Andor Szilagyi's lightly surreal Unsent Letters two people repeatedly meet, fall in love and part. In these four plays, selected and introduced by the Literary Manager of one of Budapest's two National Theatres, can be seen again the sense of energy and adventure which has long been a characteristic of Hungary and Hungarians - particularly in the world of the arts.

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