The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising: A German Tragedy

The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising A German Tragedy A full length play dealing with the German intellectuals abandonment of the East German workers during their rebellion in Translated by Ralph Manheim A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book

  • Title: The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising: A German Tragedy
  • Author: Günter Grass
  • ISBN: 9780156720502
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • A full length play dealing with the German intellectuals abandonment of the East German workers during their rebellion in 1953 Translated by Ralph Manheim A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book.

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    About "Günter Grass"

    1. Günter Grass

      G nter Wilhelm Grass was a Nobel Prize winning German novelist, poet, playwright, illustrator, graphic artist, and sculptor.He was born in the Free City of Danzig now Gda sk, Poland Since 1945, he lived in West Germany, but in his fiction he frequently returned to the Danzig of his childhood He always identified himself as a Kashubian.He is best known for his first novel, The Tin Drum 1959 , a key text in European magic realism His own name for this style was broadened reality His other successes of the period were Cat and Mouse 1961 and Dog Years 1963 These novels, along with The Tin Drum, make up what Mr Grass called his Danzig Trilogy Grass was born in the Free City of Danzig on 16 October 1927, to Willy Grass 1899 1979 , a Protestant ethnic German, and Helene Grass n e Knoff, 1898 1954 , a Roman Catholic of Kashubian Polish origin Grass was raised a Catholic His parents had a grocery store with an attached apartment in Danzig Langfuhr now Gda sk Wrzeszcz He has one sister, who was born in 1930.Grass attended the Danzig Gymnasium Conradinum He volunteered for submarine service with the Kriegsmarine to get out of the confinement he felt as a teenager in his parents house which he considered in a very negative way civic Catholic lower middle class In 1943 he became a Luftwaffenhelfer, then he was drafted into the Reichsarbeitsdienst, and in November 1944, shortly after his seventeenth birthday, into the Waffen SS The seventeen year old Grass saw combat with the 10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg from February 1945 until he was wounded on 20 April 1945 and sent to an American POW camp.In 1946 and 1947 he worked in a mine and received a stonemason s education For many years he studied sculpture and graphics, first at the Kunstakademie D sseldorf, then at the Universit t der K nste Berlin He also worked as an author and traveled frequently He married in 1954 and since 1960 lived in Berlin as well as part time in Schleswig Holstein Divorced in 1978, he remarried in 1979 From 1983 to 1986 he held the presidency of the Berlin Akademie der K nste Berlin Academy of Arts.During the German unification process in 1989 he argued for separation of the two states, because he thought a unified Germany would resume its past aggression He moved to the northern German city of L beck in 1995.He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1999 In 2006, Grass caused controversy with his disclosure of his Waffen SS service during the final months of World War II, which he had kept a secret until publishing his memoir that year He died of complications of lung infection on 13th of April, 2015 at a L beck hospital He was 87.


    1. Die Plebejer proben den Aufstand = The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising, Günter Grassتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و چهارم نوامبر سال 2002 میلادیعنوان: پابرهنه ها تمرین انقلاب میکنند - یک تراژدی آلمانی؛ نویسنده: گونتر گراس؛ مترجم: امرالله صابری؛ تهران، نیلا، 1381، در 157 ص؛ شابک: ایکس - 964960033؛ موضوع: نمایشنامه های نویسندگان آ [...]

    2. The art of revolution28 March 2013 This is one of those pieces of literature that I simply love, and it is a play that I definitely have to see performed (if it is ever performed, so I will have to keep my ear to the ground). Anyway, the author, a German, writes a play which is about a group of playwrights performing Coriolanus during the backdrop of the 1959 uprising in East Berlin. Obviously the uprising was put down, and it was done so quite brutally. In fact there is one section of the play [...]

    3. رییس :دستور طبخ جرم همینه!یه شاخه ی کوچیک نادونی رو با یه قاشق سرخالی عشق نابجا به آزادی مخلوط کنین،بعد تو خمیر تردید ِ از آگاهی ِمن بپیچینش. بعدش سر و کله ی اونا پیدا میشه منو باانگشت نشون میدن و میگن :"دستپخت خودشه "

    4. The four-star rating is for the book taken as a whole. It is made up of three distinct parts:(1) A 30-page address given by the author at the Academy of Arts and Letters, in Berlin on 23 April 1964, The Prehistory and Posthistory of the Tragedy of Coriolanus from Livy and Plutarch via Shakespeare down to Brecht and Myself, which is a welcome introduction to the play, its historical context, and also serves as a sort-of comparative analysis between Shakespeare's Coriolanus and Bertolt Brecht's ad [...]

    5. Obra de teatro que leí (entre todas las otras que no guardé en ) para proponerle a mi curso como obra de egreso (o sea la ultima obra como alumnos :')) No fue la elegida, pero a mi me gustó mucho.

    6. Grass, in this drama, uses an ingenious ploy to discuss the workers uprising in East Germany in 1959. The Boss, thinly veiled as Bertolt Brecht, is modifying Shakespeare’s Coriolanus to support communist rhetoric. Coriolanus deals with a peasant uprising, and so it is a natural fit for such a play. The east German workers were protesting an increase in their norms of production by 10 percent. The workers appeal to Brecht to support them, in fact they seem assured at first that he’ll do so. H [...]

    7. Se trata del viejo mal: mi curiosidad. Lo que quisiera saber es quién al final se sale con la suya: la naturaleza o mi teatro. que nosotros, por ejemplo, no podemos cambiar Shakespeare en tanto no cambiemos nosotros mismos.-Sentado dijo al tigre: antes de que pases a la práctica, dime el número de tus dientes, confiésame bajo qué sistema están ordenados; me gustaría saber a qué estética obedecen tus articulaciones.-¿Tanto tiempo le dejó el tigre al teórico?-Al final se fue con el rab [...]

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