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Dramacontemporary free pdf This anthology of German playwriting includes plays by authors such as Heiner Muller and Georg Tabori, as well as other less well-known German playwrights. The seven plays range from socio-political attacks to detailed investigations of intimate relationships, from melodrama to poetic metaphors of the toll alienation extracts in contemporary life. In terms of form, the plays range from realistic linear narrative to an abstract construct of language and imagery.

About Carl J. Weber

Carl Weber was a collaborator with Bertolt Brecht. An internationally known stage director, he is professor of directing and dramaturgy in the Department of Drama at Stanford University.

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Author : Carl J. Weber
Publisher : Performing Arts Journals
Data Published : 24 July 1996
ISBN : 080185279X
EAN : 9780801852794
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 384 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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