'Miss Bosnia' single work   criticism  
Issue Details: First known date: 1996 1996
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A call for the immediate closure of the 1996 Melbourne Theatre Company production of Miss Bosnia 'on the grounds that it vilifies men and women loyal to the multiethnic Democratic State of Bosnia-Herzegovina... and in turn; 1) propogates fascist sentiment, and 2) encourages Australians to deny any responsibility for the recent and current suffering of the people there, blaming the victims instead.' The writer then outlines at length the issues that he or she finds with the play based on knowledge of the history of former Yugoslavia and the events that form the basis of Nowra's play.

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    y Rebel Worker June 1996 9422454 1996 periodical issue 1996
    Note: Rebel Worker does not have an active website. The June 1996 issue has been archived by Dana Ward on the Anarchy Archives site.
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