Snakes of Kampuchea: A Trilogy of Plays about Cambodia Mark Knego

ISBN: 9780984396412

Published: May 26th 2011

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118 pages


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Snakes of Kampuchea: A Trilogy of Plays about Cambodia  by  Mark Knego

Snakes of Kampuchea: A Trilogy of Plays about Cambodia by Mark Knego
May 26th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 118 pages | ISBN: 9780984396412 | 10.67 Mb

Drama. Southeast Asia Studies. SNAKES OF KAMPUCHEA is a symbolic trilogy of plays about Cambodia. In the first play, Snakes of Kampuchea, a forest near a farming village teems with nature spirits, retaining a harmony, until the vicious Khmer RougeMoreDrama. Southeast Asia Studies. SNAKES OF KAMPUCHEA is a symbolic trilogy of plays about Cambodia. In the first play, Snakes of Kampuchea, a forest near a farming village teems with nature spirits, retaining a harmony, until the vicious Khmer Rouge take over, the crocodile cannot control the waters of the lake, and refugees from the genocide flee to the West.

In Tual Kans Journey a single Cambodian mother in San Franciscos Tenderloin wrestles with flashbacks, her rebellious daughter, and the magical nature of her pre-refugee village life in this symbolic play of grief, goddesses, birds and a magic fish. In Return to Angkor a young Cambodian American woman returns to her ancestral village to search for her long separated sister, and makes a vow about the individual responsibility of shared history and collective memory, capping the trilogy.



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