Bertolt Brecht's Stories of Mr. Keuner PDF

By Bertolt Brecht

Bertolt Brecht's tales of Mr. Keuner is a set of fables, aphorisms, and reviews on politics, way of life, and exile. From 1930 til his loss of life in 1956, Brecht penned those ironic graphics of his occasions as he used to be "changing nations extra frequently than shoes." An ardent antifascist, Brecht roamed throughout Europe simply prior to Hitler's armies-only to finally end up poolside in l. a. after which interrogated through Senator Joe McCarthy's notorious committee. Bertolt Brecht wrote The Threepenny Opera, Mahagonny, mom braveness, The lifetime of Galileo, and lots of different performs. a huge poet of the 20 th century, Brecht additionally wrote greatly at the theater. At war's finish, Brecht grew to become director of the well known Berliner Ensemble in East Germany.

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Furthermore, if sharks were men there would be an end to all little fish being equal, as is the case now. Some would be given important offices and be placed above the oth­ ers. Those who were a little bigger would even be al­ lowed to eat up the smaller ones. That would be alto­ gether agreeable for the sharks, since they themselves would more often get bigger bites to eat. And the big­ ger little fish, occupying their posts, would ensure or­ der among the little fish, become teachers, officers, engineers in box construction, etc.

If sharks were men, they would, of course, also wage wars against one another, in order to conquer other fish boxes and other little fish. The wars would be waged by their own little fish. They would teach their little fish that there was an enormous difference between themselves and the little fish belonging to the other sharks. Little fish, they would announce, are well known to be mute, but they are silent in quite different languages and hence find it impossible to understand one another. Each little fish that, in a war, killed a couple of other little fish, enemy ones, silent in their own language, would have a little order made of seaweed pinned to it and be awarded the title of hero.

But Mr. K. was reluctant to chase cats from his chair. "To lay oneself down to rest is work," he said. " And if cats meowed outside his door he rose from his bed, even when it was cold, and let them into the warmth. "Their calculation is simple," he said. "If they cry out, the door is opened for them. If the door is no longer opened for them, they will no longer cry out. " 30 Mr. 's favorite animal When Mr. K. was asked which animal he esteemed above all others, he named the elephant and justified his choice as follows: The elephant combines cunning with strength.

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