Georg Buchner

Georg Büchner is widely acknowledged as the forefather of modern theatre. On his death at the age of 23, he left behind some outstanding dramatic works: his historical drama, Danton's Death, "the most remarkable first play in European culture"—Guardian, the innovatory tragedy, Woyzeck, and the absurdist comedy, Leonce and Lena.


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Georg Buchner

Georg Buchner; Introduction and Translation by Carl Richard Mueller
Hill and Wang

The life of Georg Buchner was short, intense, and tragic—and extremely significant for the development of modern drama. His three plays, Danton’s...


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