TITLE

A Fictional Response to Political Circumstance: Martin Walser's The Rabbit Race

AUTHOR(S)
Schlunk, Jürgen; Rennert, Hellmut Hal
PUB. DATE
January 2004
SOURCE
Essays on Twentieth-Century German Drama & Theater: An American ;2004, p254
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
An essay from the book "Essays on Twentieth-Century German Drama and Theater: An American Reception 1977-1999" is presented. It focuses on the motivation of Martin Walser for writing the play "The Rabbit Race." The drama is centered on the behavior of the inhabitants of Brezgenburg, who eagerly adapt to every political change. The character of Alois Grübel indicates the motivation of Walser for writing the play. The sense of deficiency is primarily the motivation of Walser to write "The Rabbit Race."
ACCESSION #
19288497

 

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