Munich and Theatrical Modernism: Politics, Playwriting, and Performance, 1890–1914
by Peter Jelavich
Harvard University Press, 1985
Cloth: 978-0-674-58835-6
Library of Congress Classification PN2656.M7J4 1985
Dewey Decimal Classification 792.094336

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This is the first cultural exploration of playwriting, directing, acting, and theater architecture in fin-de-siècle Munich. Peter Jelavich examines the commercial, political, and cultural tensions that fostered modernism’s artistic revolt against the classical and realistic modes of nineteenth-century drama.

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