I, Who Have Hands More Innocent
Ines Wurth Presents
I, Who Have Hands More Innocent, is a paraphrased verse of a poem by Vesna Parun (1922-2010), the most famous female Croatian poet of all time. This play is a compilation of Vesna's autobiographical texts. The core of this staged meditation gives chilling insight into all existential aspects of a woman's life challenged by the patriarchal men of the Balkans. Vesna was born and raised on one of 1,100 Croatian islands, a true Mediterranean soul. Just as the sea connects the whole world, so her poetry reaches the shores of every human soul. www.ineswurth.com/la2edinburgh.
Age category: 16+
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I, Who Have Hands More Innocent8 Aug 2016
Heartfelt tribute to Croatian poet Vesna Parun
Are you ready to delve deep into the world of Croatian erotic poetry? The off-beat, off-kilter world of the Edinburgh Fringe is a perfect place to tackle such an outré subject, and I, Who Have Hands More Innocent certainly delivers in terms of…