The production of the recently deceased Slovak theatre and TV director Pavol Haspra is famous for containing a significant share of works of Slovak contemporary and classical drama.The authoress focuses on Haspra's productions of The Women's Law by Jozef Gregor Tajovský. She analyses three productions of the play - two TV productions from 1967 and 1987, and one drama production from 1996. Her analysis focuses especially on the interpretation differences of an identical drama piece, whereby she makes references to the transfer of the original text to a new social context.
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