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Category Archives: My Life Without Me
My Mother from My Life Without Me Where was I when it all started? In the hospital, some fifty years ago, but not in the delivery ward, where most children get their umbilical cords cut. No, I was in the … Continue reading
Chapter from My Life Withut Me October 5th, 2000, a historical day for Serbia. Where was I? The invisible? I was on BBC, CNN, local TV etc… All day, every hour, with the subtitle: citizens looting the Serbian parliament. Yes, … Continue reading
Reading Belgrade 24 December, 2013 in serbian, english subtitles Pasolini’s Death: My Life Without Me from Jasmina Tesanovic on Vimeo.
a true anecdote from my forthcoming book, My Life Without Me Dario Fo honoring his wife and lifelong collaborater Franca It is a literary party, in Iowa, inside a big house which resembles a barn. It is an event for … Continue reading
Today is the 3rd anniversary of my Dad’s funeral who died March 30, 2008. This chapter is from my unpublished book “My Life Without Me” 4. Dad’s Funeral – All these years he really treated you badly, said my good … Continue reading