1. German Brecht, European Readings
  2. Susanne Winnacker
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  1. Brecht's Modernity: Notes to an Enraptured Author
  2. Friedrich Dieckmann, Marta Ulvaeus
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  1. Newness and Pleasure: Mahagonny Songs
  2. Hans-Thies Lehmann, Regine Rosenthal
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  1. "...just an invented word"
  2. Nikolaus Müller-Schöll
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  1. Editorial Principles in the Berlin and Frankfurt Edition of Bertolt Brecht's Works
  2. Erdmut Wizisla, Marta Ulvaeus
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  1. Brecht Muller: German-German Brecht Images before and after 1989
  2. Stefan Mahlke, Ulla Neuerburg, Ralph Denzer
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  1. Brechtblock
  2. Bertolt Brecht, Hans-Thies Lehmann
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  1. The Performance of Translation: Benjamin and Brecht on the Loss of Small Details
  2. Patrick Primavesi
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  1. Brecht's Gestus: Brecht and C.P. Cavafy. And Heiner Muller
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  1. Brecht in Hollywood: Hangmen Also Die and the Anti-Nazi Film
  2. Gerd Gemünden
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  1. Brecht, Feminism, and Chinese Theatre
  2. Carol J. Martin
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  1. Einar wie Eva: Towards an Economy of the Feminine in Schleef's Puntila
  2. Gunther Heeg, Marta Ulvaeus
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  1. Aleksandar Lukac: Theatre Offensives from Belgrade to Toronto
  2. Aleksandar Lukac, Judith D. Rudakoff
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  1. The Lehrstuck as Performance
  2. Andrzej Wirth, Marta Ulvaeus
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  1. The Making of a Document: An Approach to Brecht's Fatzer Fragment
  2. Judith Wilke
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  1. Skin, Body, and Presence in Contemporary European Choreography
  2. André Lepecki
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  1. Representing "Awarishness": Burlesque, Feminist Transgression, and the 19th-Century Pin-up
  2. Maria-Elena Buszek
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  1. Soul: Black Power, Politics, and Pleasure, and: Scenes of Subjection: Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth-Century America (review)
  2. Fred Moten
  3. pp. 169-175
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  1. Staging Resistance: Essays on Political Theatre, and: Radical Street Performance: An International Anthology (review)
  2. Lisa Wolford
  3. pp. 175-178
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