Bertolt Brecht, David Hare - 1996 - 93 Seiten
In Mother Courage and Her Children, considered one of Bertolt Brecht's greatest plays and one of "the great plays of our time" (Lillian Hellman), a lone woman, Anna Fierling ...
Bertolt Brecht - 1996 - 106 Seiten
"... Set in the Soviet Caucasus after the Second World War. To celebrate the settlement of a land dispute, the peasants stage a long parable play which explores, through the ...
David Krasner - 2011 - 528 Seiten
Covering the period 1879 to 1959, and taking in everything from Ibsen to Beckett, this book is volume one of a two-part comprehensive examination of the plays, dramatists, and ...
Bertold Brecht - 1966 - 155 Seiten
Dramatizes Galileo's conflict with the church over his assertion that the Earth revolves around the sun.
Bertolt Brecht - 1964 - 110 Seiten
Satirizes the bourgeois society of the Weimar Republic through the love story between Polly Peachum and "Mack the Knife" Macheath.
Bertolt Brecht - 1994 - 313 Seiten
Three plays deal with authoritarian dogma, a gangster parable of Hitler's rise to power, and a clever judge's difficult decision
Bertolt Brecht - 1994 - 147 Seiten
In one of his best-known plays and parables, Brecht depicts the myriad faces an empoverished Chinese prostitute is forced to wear in order to survive the increasingly evil ...
Peter Thomson, Viv Gardner - 1997 - 206 Seiten
An accessible study of the production history of Mother Courage and Her Children, a key twentieth-century play.