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    Heiner Muller,Carl Weber,Tony Kushner
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Heiner Müller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition of the Berlin Wall

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Heiner Müller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition of the Berlin Wall. One of his earliest memories was of his father being beaten by Brownshirts and taken away to a concentration camp; later.

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PAJ Books Ser. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Tony Kushner's foreword to A Heiner Müller Reader". In A Heiner Müller Reader: Plays Poetry Prose by Heiner Müller. PAJ Books Ser.

Heiner Muller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise . Playwright Tony Kushner was born in New York City and raised in Louisiana.

Heiner Muller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition of the Berlin Wall. One of his earliest memories was of his father being beaten by Brownshirts and taken away to a concentration c& later, Muller chose to stay in the Soviet Zone even when his father defected to the West. Though a committed Marxist, Muller loathed the East German government, and his works were often censured for their caustic portrait of a Germany whose history was an unending act of division and violence.

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A Heiner Muller Reader : Plays, Poetry, Prose. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. One of his earliest memories was of his father being beaten by Brownshirts and taken away to a concentration camp; later, Muller chose to stay in the Soviet Zone even when his father defected to the West. His work presents a phantasmagoric vision of culture and history.

Heiner Müller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition .

Heiner Müller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition of the Berlin Wall. One of his earliest memories was of his father being beaten by Brownshirts and taken away to a concentration camp; later, Müller chose to stay in the Soviet Zone even when his father defected to the West. Free Download A Heiner Muller Reader: Plays, Poetry, Prose (PAJ Books) by Heiner Muller, Carl Weber, Tony Kushner.

Heiner Muller was born in Eppendorf, Saxony, into a working-class family. Muller’s writing reflects a strong influence from Bertolt brecht. Although his dialectical dramas elicited official disapproval in East Germany, Muller’s work with classic dramas earned him widespread acclaim. His father, a socialist, was beaten, arrested, and lost his job during the Nazi regime. Muller too became a socialist and was a civil servant in East Germany and later worked as a journalist and technical writer for the East German Writers’ Union. He honed his skills as a dramatist working at the Maxim Gorki Theater in East Berlin in the late 1950s. Muller wrote three plays with his wife, Inge Muller.

ABC: A Collage of Poetry and Prose Report on Grandfather: A Short Story The Correction: A Play Poems: 1949-1992 Love Story: A Short Story The God of Happiness: Fragment of an Opera A Comedy and Two Poems Mauser: A Performance Text The Wound Woyzeck: A Public Address Two Prose Texts Shakespeare a Difference: Text of an Address Mommsen's Block: A Poem /.

Heiner Müller lived through Germany's tumultuous history from Hitler's rise through Soviet occupation to the building and eventual demolition of the Berlin Wall. One of his earliest memories was of his father being beaten by Brownshirts and taken away to a concentration camp; later, Müller chose to stay in the Soviet Zone even when his father defected to the West. His work presents a phantasmagoric vision of culture and history. Though a committed Marxist, Müller loathed the East German government, and his works were often censured for their caustic portrait of a Germany whose history was an unending act of division and violence.

This new anthology traces the multifaceted evolution of Müller the playwright, poet, and eloquent observer of his century's violent trajectory. The writings collected here range from Müller's earliest work, including short stories and early poems from the 1950s, to some of his last works, including Germania 3 Ghosts at Dead Man. Translator and editor Carl Weber provides helpful introductions to each of the selections.