Für statistische Zwecke und um bestmögliche Funktionalität zu bieten, speichert diese Website Cookies auf Ihrem Gerät. Das Speichern von Cookies kann in den Browser-Einstellungen deaktiviert werden. Wenn Sie die Website weiter nutzen, stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies zu.

Cookie akzeptieren
Amette, Jacques-Pierre / Andrew Brown. Brecht's Mi
eng

Jacques-Pierre Amette / Andrew Brown

Brecht's Mistress

  • NEW PR
  • 2006
  • Gebunden
  • 228 Seiten
  • ISBN 9781595580191

Winner of the 2003 Prix Goncourt, a novel hailed by the times literary supplement as "a delicate, elegiac tale of political failure and defeated love." A fictional story based on the final years of playwright Bertolt Brecht, "Brecht's Mistress" is a literary Cold War thriller that "recalls le Carre" ("Daily Telegraph") in its evocation of the grim world of postwar East Germany and its depiction of personal destinies intertwined with superpower rivalry. Inspired by an actual photograph taken of Brecht and a beautiful unknown young woman, Amette's novel opens on October 22, 1948, the day of Brecht's return to the Soviet-controlled zone of Berlin. Despite Brecht's abiding communist sympathies, the Stasi, East Germany's notorious secret police force, suspects his motives and recruits the young and vulnerable Viennese actress Maria Eich to spy on him. Brecht--married to

Mehr Weniger
the actress Helen Weigel--is a womanizer, and Maria soon becomes one of a long string of mistresses. Maria, for her part, has fallen in love with her Stasi recruiting officer, Hans Trow. An intricate plot plays itself out on the terrain of infidelities, ambition, and Cold War politics.

Etwa 10 Tage

Ähnliche Bücher mehr