Bertolt Brecht: Studies in Modern Drama
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All Brecht’s plays have strong socio-political messages, which condemn capitalism regarding it as the main source of all socio-political corruptions in any society including the issue of justice. Brecht viewed human beings as helpless animals who were battling against the vicissitudes of life, at the mercy of ineluctable fate; determined by society and relentless, insidious circumstances. This is why he endeavoured to arouse people from their inactivity and listlessness.
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