German Theater Before 1750: Sachs, Gryphius, Schlegel, and Others

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Gerald Gillespie
Bloomsbury Academic, 1992 - History - 244 pages
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An illustrative selection of German dramas from the baroque age and the early Enlightenment (i.e. prior to Lessing), by Sachs, Gryphius, Schlegel, and others.

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Martin Julius Esslin (1918-2002) was a Hungarian-born English playwright and critic best known for coining the term "The Theatre of the Absurd" in his work of that name (1962).

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