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Brecht on Theatre: The Development of an Aesthetic (3rd Edition)

by Bertolt Brecht - £18.99  Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (2014)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781408145456 | ISBN 10: 1408145456

Brecht on Theatre is a seminal work that has remained the classic text for readers and students wanting a rich appreciation of the development of Brecht's thinking on theatre and aesthetics.
 
First published in 1964 and on reading lists ever since, it has now been wholly revised, re-edited and expanded with additional texts, illustrations and editorial material, and new translations. The resulting work is a far fuller and more accurate volume that will provide readers with a clearer and more rewarding understanding of Brecht's work and writings.
 
This updated third edition features:
 
* Clearer layout and organisation of the text to facilitate study
* New translations of many of the Brechtian texts featured
* Over 40 new, previously untranslated essays
* Essay titles now correspond to the German originals
* A revised selection of illustrations
 
This selection of Bertolt Brecht's critical writing charts the development of his thinking on theatre and aesthetics over four decades. The volume demonstrates how the theories of Epic Theatre and Verfremdung evolved, and contains notes and essays on the staging of The Threepenny Opera, Mahagonny, Mother Courage, Puntila, Galileo and many others of his plays. Also included is 'Short Organon for the Theatre', Brecht's most complete statement of his revolutionary philosophy of the theatre.

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