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For hundreds of years and throughout the whole of Europe people had paid him
the honor, in the Galileo legend, of not believing in his recantation, just as they
had for long derided scientists as biased, unpractical and eunuch-like old fogeys.
[Scene 14] Galileo after his recantation His crime has made a criminal of him.
When he reflects on the scale of his crime he is pleased with himself. He defends
himself against the outside world's impertinent expectations of its geniuses.
[Crime and Cunning] The first version of the play ended differently. Galileo had
written the Discorsi in the utmost secrecy. He uses the visit of his favorite pupil
Andrea to get him to smuggle the book across the frontier. His recantation had
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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
The Trial of Lucullus translated by Frank Jones
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LIFE OF GALILEO
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