A writer, translator and editor, H.F. Garten (1904–75) was educated at the Universites of Jena, Vienna, Berlin and Heidelberg. He taught at New College School, Oxford and Westminster School, before working as a lecturer at the Universities of Surrey and London.
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This volume contains even plays, written between 1906 and 1926, which demonstrate the basic forms, tenets and preoccupations of German Expressionist drama, which has been described as the forerunner of Absurdist theatre and is characterized by both visual and verbal violence. These plays, taken toge…READ MORE >
By Georg Kaiser
This second volume of plays by Georg Kaiser contains five plays ranging from his early work through the time of his prolific maturity in the 1920s to his last period as an exile in Switzerland, where he died in 1945. David and Goliath is set in Denmark and deals with the power of money over men. The…READ MORE >