978-1-904505-02-0 / 9781904505020



Publisher:Carysfort Press



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GEORG BUCHNERS's (1815-1837) famous play, "Woyzeck, based on a man who was beheaded in Leipzig in 1824 for slaying his mistress, has traditionally been seen as an important forerunner of the open theatre, leading to Brecht. However, recent German scholarship has finally it made it possible to establish an authentic (previously unavailable) sequence of scenes. Irish translator Dan Farrelly incorporates these changes and demonstrates that the old view of this play as a prime example of loose, open theatre, is no longer sustainable.

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