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Six anti-Nazi one act plays

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Call NumberRBSC 812.54 S625
Sub-CollectionRare Books & Special Collections
Statement of Responsibilityedited by Stephen Moore.
Creators & ContributorsMoore, Stephen (editor)
Brecht, Bertolt (contributor)
Bernt, Peter (contributor)
Schwartz, J. L. (contributor)
Kraft, H. S. (Hyman Solomon) (contributor)
Wüsten, Johannes (contributor)
Kozlenko, William (contributor)
Summary"All... authors express their personal animosity against the terroristic reign of the present-day Nazi system... Each play can be appraised as being a calm, almost dispassionate, yet vital and veracious dramatization of fear, terror and ruthlessness as exercised by the Nazis upon the great mass of German people today... Each play seeks to describe graphically the conditions under which a suppressed and intimidated nation of men and women must exist... [We] reveal, honestly and graphically, the material, emotional and psychological states of human beings who are unfortunate enough to live under a dictatorship such as that of Adolf Hitler..." Introductory note, page v
  • Introductory note / Stephen Moore
  • The informer / Bert Brecht
  • The pretext / Peter Bernt
  • Laugh, God! / J.L. Schwartz
  • The Bishop of Munster (a monologue) / H.S. Kraft
  • On the border / Peter Nikl
  • Jacob comes home / William Kozlenko
Physical Description viii, 109 pages ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Contemporary Play Publications
RecognitionGifted in 1993 by Regina Feldman