This first English translation of Hungarian Medea, based on the Euripidean tragedy, and the black comedy, Iron Bars, reveals to the English reader the power and range, and the universality of the characters, of Arpad Goncz, one of Hungary's foremost playwrights.(The letter in hand, she starts toward the big wardrobe. She throws the letter on the sofa and hangs up the two dresses still lying on the sofa. Then she sits down with her back to the audience, looking at herself in the glass door of the wardrobe .]anbsp;...
|Title||:||Voices of Dissent|
|Publisher||:||Bucknell University Press - 1989|