Series: Bertolt Brecht, Stücke

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Frühe Stücke by Bertolt BrechtI
Stücke 2: Erste Stücke, Zweiter Band: Leben Eduards des Zweiten von England, Mann ist Mann (Anhang: Das Elefantenkalb) [= Bertolt Brecht, Stücke II] by Bertolt BrechtII
Stücke 3: Stücke für das Theater am Schiffbauerdamm (1927-1933), Erster Band: Die Dreigroschenoper, Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny, Das Badener Lehrstück vom Einverständnis) [= Bertolt Brecht, Stücke III] by Bertolt Brecht4
Stücke. 5. Stücke für das Theater am Schiffbauerdamm (1928 - 1933) by Bertolt Brecht5
Stücke 6: Stücke aus dem Exil , Erster Band: Die Rundköpfe und die Spitzköpfe/Furcht und Elend des Dritten Reiches) [= Bertolt Brecht, Stücke VI] by Bertolt Brecht6
Stücke 11: Bearbeitungen: Erster Band: Die Antigone des Sophokles/Der Hofmeister/Coriolan [= Bertolt Brecht, Stücke in 14 Bänden, Band XI] by Bertolt Brecht11
A Respectable Wedding / The Beggar, or The Dead Dog / Driving Out a Devil / Lux in tenebris / The Catch by Bertolt Brecht13
Stücke 14: Turandot oder Der Kongreß der Weißwäscher/Der Tui-Roman (Fragment) [= Bertolt Brecht, Stücke in 14 Bänden, Band XIV] by Bertolt Brecht14

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