Bertolt Brecht

In M. Kelly (ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Oxford University Press (1998)

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James Hamilton
Kansas State University
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Describes the life and influence of B. Brecht. Offers useful explanations of several key concepts Brecht employed, and revised over his career, including: gestus, Verfremdung, and Verfremdungseffekt.
Keywords Brecht  Theater  Techniques
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