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by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

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Three pieces with more-or-less fantastic settings, in which Dürrenmatt gives his wonderful gift for irony free rein.
"Grieche sucht Griechin", the longest of the three, is a deceptively light "prose comedy" about a humble office worker, content in his lowly station because he trusts the Great Men set above him to maintain reason and order. However, from one day to the next (literally) everything is turned topsy-turvy:he becomes a powerful, wealthy man, but all his idols turn out to have feet of clay. Finally, the only thing to trust in is love, and even that's a bit uncertain... ( )
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