Dantons Tod

Author: Georg Buchner
Editor: Pinnacle Press
ISBN: 9781375013239
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Georg B Chner

Author: John Reddick
Editor: Oxford University Press
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Dedicated revolutionary? Closet Christian? Extreme nihilist? Georg Buchner has always been prone to wildly differing interpretations, such is the multiplicity of his voice. Although he died when only twenty-three - an age at which Goethe had not yet even written Werther - Buchner's small handful of works count amongst the greatest achievements of modern German writing, and seem to speak to us with ever greater power and immediacy. This is the first major study of Buchner in English for nearly twenty years, and it includes radically new readings of Dantons Tod, Leonce und Lena, and Woyzeck. Showing these works in a fresh perspective, John Reddick provocatively argues that Buchner was aesthetically so far ahead of his time mainly because he was seriously behind the times in his essentially idealist premisses and aspirations. Beyond any particular interpretation, however, Reddick seeks above all to make the reader more fully alive to the sheer vitality and richness of Buchner's extraordinary oeuvre.

Georg B Chner

Author: Gilbert Frederick Hartwig
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Georg B Chner S Leonce Und Lena

Author: Kenneth E. Munn
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Georg B Chner

Author: Georg Büchner
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Georg B Chner S Woyzeck

Author: Michael Ewans
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Georg Buchner (1813-37) left "Woyzeck" unfinished at his death. It is one of the most remarkable dramas ever written in any language, and since its publication in 1879 and its first performance in 1913 it has influenced almost every significant movement in European theatre. This book presents a new, accurate and actable English translation, based on the German edition by Werner Lehmann. It also includes an introduction devoted to the dramatic style of "Woyzeck, " the criteria for a reconstruction and a translation, and the play's production demands; and a theatrical commentary on each scene, devoted to the problems of staging the play and the ways in which each scene can be realized in production."

Georg B Chner And The Birth Of The Modern Drama

Author: David G. Richards
Editor: Suny Press
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One of the first comprehensive treatments in English of the first modern playwright.

Satire Caricature And Perspectivism In The Works Of Georg B Chner

Author: Henry J. Schmidt
Editor: Hague : Mouton
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Georg B Chner And Frank Wedekind Precursers Of German Expressionism

Author: Robert Baruch
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Europ Ische Hochschulschriften

Author: Leslie Mac Ewen
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Georg B Chner And Wolfgang Borchert

Author: Evelyn Antonsen Albinson
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Complete Works And Letters Georg Buchner

Author: Walter Hinderer
Editor: Continuum
ISBN: 9780826403018
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The works of Georg Buchner consists of only a few hundred pages written by a man who died in 1837 at the age of twenty-three, yet its influence on 20th-century literature can hardly be exaggerated. Particularly his drama, a century before Brecht, is considered an important precursor of the major trends in drama today. This edition includes the plays Danton's Death, Leonce and Lena, a reconstruction and synopsis of Woyzeck, the novella Lenz, the political essay The Hessian Messenger, and all the surviving letters.

The Works Of George B Chner A Study In Form And Meaning

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Georg Buechner S Woyzeck And Leonce Und Lena And Their Relationship To The Theater Of Eugene Ionesco

Author: Howard B. Altman
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Georg B Chner S Woyzeck

Author: David G. Richards
Editor: Camden House
ISBN: 9781571132208
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A study of the literary criticism of the famous and influential German play fragment Woyzeck.

Complete Plays Lenz And Other Writings

Author: Georg Buchner
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141935499
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Collected in this volume are powerful dramas and psychological fiction by the nineteenth-century iconoclast now recognized as a major figure of world literature. Also included are selections from Büchner's letters and philosophical writings.

B Chner In Britain

Author: Brian Keith-Smith
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Complete Plays And Prose

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ISBN: 0809032309
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Georg B Chner

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ISBN: 9004341633
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This book examines the continuing relevance of Büchner in the early twenty-first century, in terms of politics, science, philosophy, aesthetics, performance and cultural studies, uniquely combining close readings with wide-ranging cultural, theatrical, philosophical and theoretical contextualizations. Der Band beschäftigt sich mit Büchners anhaltender Aktualität in den verschiedensten Bereichen. Er zeichnet sich durch detailliert textbezogene Interpretationen aus, die gleichzeitig zahlreiche aktuelle kultur- und theaterwissenschaftliche, philosophische, naturwissenschaftliche, ästhetische und theoretische Themen ansprechen.