Bertolt Brecht: Poetry and Prose.
Bertolt Brecht Noun 1. Bertolt Brecht - German dramatist and poet who developed a style of epic theater (1898-1956)
Brecht : Poetry And Prose
Reinhold Grimm with Caroline Molina y Vedia, editors
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Bertolt Brecht: Poetry And Prose is an anthology primarily of poetry, but also offering the prose works "Socrates Wounded" and "The Unseemly Old Lady" by Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956), which reveals his skill in the free-verse that he calls "rhymeless lyrics lyrics npl [of song] → paroles fpl
lyrics lyric npl [of song] → Text m with irregular rhythm." The poetry is presented both in its original German and English translation. A classic anthology of literature, charged with emotion and a stark view of ills besetting be·set·ting
Constantly troubling or attacking.
adjective chronic individuals and society at large. "To Those Born Later": Truly, I live in dark times! / The guileless word is folly. A smooth forehead / Suggests insensitivity. The man who laughs / Has simply not yet had / the terrible news.