Oxford Stage Company & Dumbfounded Theatre Present Rose Bernd

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Oberon, 2005 - Drama - 112 pages
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Silesia, 1903. Every man falls for Rose Bernd. But her choices lead her into danger. In a deeply traditional community how can she avoid disgrace?
Rose Bernd is a compassionate but shocking account of a young woman's downfall. This European classic, by Nobel Prize-winning playwright Gerhart Hauptmann, arrives in a new translation by playwright Dennis Kelly.

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Section 1
25
Section 2
41
Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Hauptmann (1892-1946) was influenced by the realist works of Ibsen, and began experimenting with naturalistic forms of drama. His best known plays include 'Vor Sonnenaufgang' and 'Die Weber'.

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