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Brecht and company : sex, politics, and the making of the modern drama

著者: John Fuegi
出版商: New York : Grove Press, ©1994.
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"The result of twenty-five years of research on three continents, Brecht and Company is a revolutionary portrait of one of the world's greatest theater artists - and the people upon whom he built his reputation. Bertolt Brecht is regarded by many as the most influential figure in twentieth-century theater; the director Peter Brook has argued that "all theater work today at some point starts with or returns to his
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提及的人: Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Brecht; Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Bertolt Brecht; Brecht, Bertolt <1898-1956>; Brecht, Bertolt <1898-1956> - Amis et relations.; Bertolt Brecht
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所有的著者/提供者: John Fuegi
ISBN: 0802115292 9780802115294
OCLC号码: 28291608
描述: xx, 732 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
责任: John Fuegi.

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