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John Fuegi collection, 1855-2003

Author: John Fuegi
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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An authority on the life and work of Bertolt Brecht, John Fuegi was the founder of the International Brecht Society in 1970 and edited the first fourteen volumes of its Proceedings. The collection contains materials related to Fuegi's research for the book Brecht and Company: Sex, Politics, and the Making of Modern Drama (1994) and his award-winning film about Danish novelist Ruth Berlau, Red Ruth: That Deadly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Photographs
Research notes
Correspondence
Archives
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Personal correspondence
Sources
Named Person: John Fuegi; Bertolt Brecht; Ruth Berlau; Eric Bentley; Eric Bentley; Ruth Berlau; Bertolt Brecht
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Fuegi
OCLC Number: 528799357
Language Note: Collection is predominantly in English.
Description: 33 linear feet.
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An authority on the life and work of Bertolt Brecht, John Fuegi was the founder of the International Brecht Society in 1970 and edited the first fourteen volumes of its Proceedings. The collection contains materials related to Fuegi's research for the book Brecht and Company: Sex, Politics, and the Making of Modern Drama (1994) and his award-winning film about Danish novelist Ruth Berlau, Red Ruth: That Deadly Longing (1992). The collection consists primarily of manuscripts, research files, and publicity materials for Brecht and Company. Materials also document Fuegi's activities in the field of Brecht scholarship through articles and audio-visual materials, records of the International Brecht Society, and significant correspondence with scholar Eric Bentley. Other materials include correspondence, clippings, and photographs relating to Bertolt Brecht's collaborators such as the writers Elisabeth Hauptmann, Ruth Berlau, and Margarete Steffin, and the dramaturge Robert Vambery. While some of the materials in the collection are originals, others are photocopies of extremely rare material such as records from the Bertolt Brecht Archive at Harvard University.

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