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Sofiia: Siela , 2018. 680 p. 21 cm. Soft. ISBN 9789542825463.  In Bulgarian
The book features all eleven plays by Bulgarian dissident writer Georgi Markov (1929-1978), who was assassinated in London in what became known as "the Bulgarian umbrella" case. Markov's plays are bold, provocative and innovative, continuously relevant, full of genuine love for humanity and exhibiting a brilliant sense of humor. Ideologically unbiased, they carry messages and raise questions. Two of the plays, "Crawling under the Rainbow" (which was banned after its 13th performance) and "Communists" (banned from the very beginning), brought Markov into conflict with the communist regime at the time, which was one of the reasons for him to emigrate and start working as a journalist for Western media.
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