Erdgeist

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Benjamin Franklin Wedekind, usually known as Frank Wedekind, was a German playwright His work, which often criticizes bourgeois attitudes particularly towards sex , is considered to anticipate expressionism, and he was a major influence on the development of epic theatre.

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  • 108 pages
  • Erdgeist
  • Frank Wedekind
  • English
  • 27 September 2018

10 thoughts on “Erdgeist

  1. says:

    When Frank Wedekind wrote his famous magnum opus, LULU, the play ran into many censorship problems and was infrequently produced Oddly enough, although not many people saw it, the story became very famous especially in Germany In an effort to find a larger audience and reduce the censorship problems, he restructured LULU as two separate plays ERDGEIST and PANDORA S BOX The split was not unlike ANGELS IN AMERICA, although for different reasons.ERDGEIST is the first part and PANDORA S BOX the second ERDGEIST has the difficult task to accomplish as it needs to set up the story before things get rolling It contains only one famous incident, a shooting that occurs in the final Act, while PANDORA S BOX contains multiple famous incidents.ERDGEIST is something of a challenge Wedekind wrote a part for himself in the first Act as a circus ringmaster who is introducing one of the world s most dangerous Beasts Lulu Everyone wants her, but she feeds on what she needs and moves on to the next prey It is a stylized introduction, so it seems bombastic.As we move into the play itself, much of the language is stilted and motivations are not clearly explained Indeed, Lulu floats through he story as something of a chameleon, changing to fit with the situation in which she finds herself Yes, she seeks prey for survival, but she is also manipulated by those around h...

  2. says:

    This is part 1 of a 2 parter It doesn t stand on its own Know that to get the end, you also need to read Pandora s Box.Also, know this If you are actually considering reading this, don t read it s Wikipedia page when you are done I did...

  3. says:

    I loved the whole play except the last act, it might just be me being 13 and all but it was difficult for me to understand the situation there All these new characters were introduced that their correlation to Lulu didn t really show So I may have skipped the last act Only because it ...

  4. says:

    Surprisingly funny for a tragedy.

  5. says:

    The frightening, suicidal pull of corrupted male desire.

  6. says:

    I don t get existentialism at all.

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