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Лагерът на леките жени
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15 July 2016

The Camp of Fallen Women

The year is 1949. Europe has been split by the Iron Curtain with Stalinism growing exponentially in its eastern part. In post-war Czechoslovakia, the communist authorities ship a group of prostitutes to a re-education camp to be turned into "decent women and socially aware citizens." The camp "team" consists of 753 political offenders, 132 antisocial types, 53 former prostitutes, 58 members of the National Security Council, 2 horses and 16 police dogs...

Anton Baláž had written a masterful erotic and grotesque political parody in which fallen women, doomed to "historical liquidation", are trying to survive in the absurd atmosphere where they are being re-educated in an Orwellian manner of social engineering.

This project has been funded with support from the Creative Europe Programme of the European Commission.

Creative Europe Programme

About the Author
Anton  Baláž

Anton Baláž (b. 1943) is one of the foremost Slovak writers. He is the author of 16 prose books, 4 books of non-fiction and other works like radio productions, television and film scenarios.

In his works, Baláž is focused on the individual, political or moral pressure. In this sense, his prose is realistic, although the readers will also identify and appreciate some irrational or phantasm elements. The main line of his literary works, especially after the fall of the Communist regime in 1989, is the grotesque presentation of Slovak (former Czechoslovak) historical mistakes.

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