Neither Madame, nor Mademoiselle

You understand, don't you? This strange feeling that consumes you when you look in the mirror and don’t recognize the person in front of you.



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Room 10

“The doctors don’t know which disease Niza has. Limp-handed, they lay their needles to her numb limbs.”


I Looked For You

“I landed on this island late in the day. From the ferry, I watched the harbor approaching, and the small white town perched around the Venetian-style castle, and I thought, maybe he’s here.”


Portrait of a Lady

A young lady, a girl of perhaps twenty, is sitting in a chair and reading a book. Or she has just been diligently reading, and now she is reflecting on what she has read. This often happens, that someone who is reading must pause, because all sorts of ideas having to do with the book […]


Stillborn

A Monologue Delivered by Duchess Sophie von Chotek, Assassinated in 1914 with Husband Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Translated from the Serbian by Cory Tamler and Željko Maksimović.