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Roberta Levitow January 17, 2008 No Comments

Goodbye Galina

by Zdenka Becker

 A "monologue for five voices" which presents the lives of five mail order brides from various Eastern European countries.  The women share stories as they sit on a train platform, waiting for various connections

Zdenka Becker was born in Eger in the Czech Repbulic, was raised in Bratislava in Slovakia and has been living and working in Austria since 1975. She holds degrees from the University of Economics in Bratislava and the University of Vienna. She has, in addition to her work as a writer, worked as an actor, dramaturg, director, journalist, teacher and translator. She is the author of numerous plays and novels. Her work has received many awards, including the Theodor Körner prize in 1995 and the 2000 prize of the Conference of the Modern Austrian Literature and Culture Association. 

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