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( Indicating how he will look when hanged ) Here hangs Macheath who never wronged a flea A faithless friend has brought him to this pass . And as he dangles from the gallowstree His neck finds out how heavy is his arse .
The dialogue is then close to ours up to the end of Macheath's verse ( p . 221 ) . More persons in mourning enter , including Peachum and five beggars on crutches , while Brown and Macheath prolong their haggling over the former's ...
The speech over , Macheath asks for the doors and windows all to be opened , and “ Through the windows we see treetops crowded with spectators . ” He then sings " Ballad to his Friends by François Villon , ” whose text however is not ...
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A collection of familiar and less familiar plays by Brecht. The short plays are quite amazing, as he manages to pack quite a story in a one-act structure. His use of symbolism and language is ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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