The Brecht Yearbook / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch 43


The Brecht Yearbook / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch 43 Published For The International Brecht Society By Camden House, The Brecht Yearbook Is The Central Scholarly Forum For Discussion Of Brecht S Life And Work And Of Topics Of Interest To Him, Especially The Politics Of Literature And Theater In A Global Context It Encourages A Wide Variety Of Perspectives And Approaches And, Like Brecht, Is Committed To The Use Value Of Literature, Theater, And Theory.Volume 43 Opens With A Reconstruction Of Brecht S Two Chorus Version Of The Exception And The Rule Reiner Steinweg And Continues With A Selection Of Helmut Heienb Ttel S Reviews Of Brecht S Work Four Articles By Christine K Nzel, Carsten Mindt, Judith Niehaus, And Sebastian Schuller Address Brechtian Aspects Of Gisela Elsner S Novels The Next Two Essays By Hunter Bivens And Friedemann Weidauer Revisit Brecht S Reflections On Affect And Empathy Also Included Are Papers From The 2016 IBS Recycling Brecht Symposium On Brecht S Recycling Of Lenin In His Neue Dramatik Joseph Dial , On Paul Celan As A Reconfiguration Of Brecht Paul Peters , On Brecht S Adaptation Of Shakespeare S Coriolanus Martin Revermann , And On Hilary Mantel S Brechtian Reconfiguration Of Thomas Cromwell Markus Wessendorf The Volume Features Richard Schr Der S Farewell Lecture On Brecht S Life Of Galileo And An Essay By Ulrich Plass On Bernd Stegemann S Allegedly Brechtian Reclamation Of Critical Realism It Concludes With Zhang Wei S Interview With The Chinese Dramaturg, Playwright, And Brecht Translator Li Jianming.Editor Markus Wessendorf Is A Professor In The Department Of Theatre And Dance At The University Of Hawai I At Manoa In Honolulu.

The Brecht Yearbook / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch 43

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