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The Mother – Bertolt Brecht
Condition : Good.
Grove Press, 1965, Vintage Paperback – Drama – 158pp.
Bertolt Brecht’s play The Mother is freely adapted from Gorky’s world-famous novel of the same name.
Brecht tells the story of a working-class mother who is drawn into the struggle for a Bolshevik revolution; in the character of Pelagea Vlassova, the mother of the title, Brecht draws a richly human figure who emerges as the single entirely positive major hero in all of Brecht’s dramatic works.