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Riassunto: Offering a fascinating insight into both the political and theatrical worlds of post-War East Berlin, 'Brecht's Lover' is a tender portrayal of one of the greatest playwrights of the twentieth century. The return of Bertolt Brecht to East Berlin in 1948 after years in exile is a cause of considerable excitement, not least for the theatrical world, and he is encouraged to find an outlet for his creative genius by establishing the Berliner Ensemble. But equally watchful of his every action are the secret police, anxious to learn exactly how far his Communist sympathies extend. Recruiting Maria Eich, Brecht's young lover, into their service, they unleash an influence over the playwright that will shape even his work.
L'autore: French novelist, playwright and literary critic Jacques-Pierre Amette (1943-) is the author of some twenty books; 'La maitresse de Brecht' was awarded the 2003 Prix Goncourt.
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Descrizione libro Hesperus. 1 Cloth(s), 2005. hard. Condizione libro: New. (Winner of the 2003 Prix Goncourt Award) In 1948, playwright Bertolt Brecht returns to East Berlin after years of exile, quickly establishing a drama troupe. Surrounded by great artists, Brecht is also encircled by the secret police, who are eager to discover how far his Communist sympathies extend. Recruiting Brecht's young lover Maria Eich into their service, the regime will attempt to control both the writer and his work. Praised by A.N. Wilson as "the most brilliant evocation of those communist days and the divided Germany," Jacques-Pierre Amette's 2003 fictional re-creation of this key time in Brecht's life won France's prestigious Prix Goncourt Award."Built around an impeccably constructed narration, carried by writing of a grand elegance, this novel seduces by its classical beauty and intelligent strength."—Le Figaro (France) 228. Codice libro della libreria 53672
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Descrizione libro Hesperus Pess, 2005. Hard Cover. Condizione libro: Very Good-. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover in boards. Slight lean to spine, else very light wear to boards; faint edgewear to jacket; label on copyright page, else interior is clean, tight, and bright. ***We ship daily. Our books are carefully described and packaged in boxes (not envelopes). A gift card and personalized message can be included upon request.***. Codice libro della libreria 620990