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 - 1974 - 450 Seiten
The authorized translation of the collected plays includes introductions, placing each work in the context of Brecht's total output and the whole range of German literature
Bertolt Brecht - 1966 - 126 Seiten
Anna Fierling, an itinerant trader during the seventeenth century, becomes known as "Mother Courage" after the constant warfare gradually claims all of her children
Rabindranath Tagore - 1998 - 432 Seiten
The most comprehensive collection of writings by the Nobel Prize-winning author and philosopher available includes inspiring works representing the full range of his talent ...
E. T. A. Hoffmann - 2003 - 56 Seiten
On Christmas Eve, a little girl helps break the spell on her wooden nutcracker and watches him turn into a handsome prince, who takes her to his kingdom where they are ...
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 ...