By Stephen Parker
This primary English language biography of Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) in twenty years paints a strikingly new photo of 1 of the 20 th century's such a lot debatable cultural icons.
Drawing on letters, diaries and unpublished fabric, together with Brecht's scientific files, Parker bargains a wealthy and captivating account of Brecht's lifestyles and paintings, seen in the course of the prism of the artist. Tracing his awesome lifestyles, from his adolescence in Augsburg, during the First international battle, his politicisation throughout the Weimar Republic and his years of exile, as much as the Berliner Ensemble's fabulous productions in Paris and London, Parker exhibits how Brecht completed his transformative impression upon global theatre and poetry.
Bertolt Brecht: A Literary lifestyles is a robust portrait of a good, compulsively contradictory character, whose artistry left its lasting imprint on smooth tradition.
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