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Later in the play this unity of the plebeians will be broken up , so it is best not to
take it for granted at the start , but to show it as having come about . W . How ? B .
We ' ll discuss that . I don ' t know . For the moment we are making an analysis .
The plebeians ' unrest is of course settled at once by the parable of the belly and
the members , which is just right for the bourgeoisie ' s taste , as shown in its
relations with the modern proletariat . . . . Although Shakespeare never allows ...
R . How do the plebeians react to the news of the war ? P . We ' ve got to decide
that ourselves ; the text gives no clue . B . And unhappily our own generation is
particularly well qualified to judge . The choice is between letting the news come
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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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