|Name Georgi Dzhagarov|
|Books The public prosecutor|
Georgi Dzhagarov (Bulgarian: Георги Джагаров) (14 July 1925 – 30 November 1995) was a Bulgarian playwright, poet, politician, and former chairman of the Bulgarian Writers Association.
One of his most famous plays is "The Public Prosecutor", whose English translation was adapted by C.P. Snow. It was first performed in 1964 at the Third National Review of the Bulgarian Theatre. The English adaptation was produced in London at the Hampstead Theatre in 1967.