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As an integral part of his work as a political playwright and dramaturge, Bertolt Brecht concerned himself extensively with the theory of drama. He was convinced that the Aristotelian ideal of audience catharsis through identification with a hero and the. Bertolt Brecht's Dramatic Theory (Studies in German Literature and Culture) (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) John J. White Published by Camden House (). Get this from a library! Bertolt Brecht's dramatic theory. [John J White] -- "As an integral part of his work as a political playwright and dramaturge, Bertolt Brecht concerned himself extensively with the theory of drama. He was convinced that the Aristotelian ideal of. Bertolt Brechts Dramatic Theory Studies in German Literature and Culture . Bertolt Brecht died in , but his theory and practice has continued to shape debates about the politics of culture - not only in Germany, but in Turkey as well, where a new generation of intellectuals emerged during a period of liberalization in the s and sought to link culture to politics, art to life, theater to revolutionary practice. Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture Download list of titles. Other actions. Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture () Collections: Show more. Best known for his collaborations with Bertolt Brecht. Bertolt Brecht's Dramatic Theory (Studies in German Literature and Culture) (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) by John J. White: The Best Novellas of Medieval Germany (Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture) by J. W. Thomas: Bettine von Arnim and the politics of romantic conversation by Edith Waldstein. The present study offers the first detailed commentary in English on Bertolt Brecht’s major theoretical writings on the theater. It is not intended as an introduction to the plays or as a basic guide to his main dramaturgical concepts (fortunately a number of general studies of Brecht. · Analysis of Bertolt Brecht’s Plays By Nasrullah Mambrol on May 4, • (0) Bertolt Brecht’s (10 February – 14 August ) early dramas are anarchic, nihilistic, and antibourgeois. In them, he glorifies antisocial outsiders such as adventurers, pirates, and prostitutes; the tone of these works is often cynical. cm. — (Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1–––4 (hardcover: alk. paper) 1. Brecht, Bertolt, –—Aesthetics. 2. Brecht, Bertolt, – —Knowledge—Performing arts. 3. Theater—History—20th century. I. Title. II. Series: Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered). PTRZ . This is the first detailed study in English of Brecht's writings on the theater to take account of works first made available in the recent German edition of his collected works. It offers in-depth analyses of Brecht's canonical essays on the theater from to the late s and early GDR years. Close readings of the individual essays are supplemented by surveys of the changing connotations within .