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Wedekind

Frank. 1864--1918, German dramatist, whose plays, such as The Awakening of Spring (1891) and Pandora's Box (1904), bitterly satirize the sexual repressiveness of society
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The Elusive Transcendent: The Role of Religion in the Plays of Frank Wedekind.
Screenplay, Alberto Lattuada, Ottavio Jemma, freely adapted from the novella "Mine-HaHa, or the Physical Education of Girls" by Frank Wedekind.
Pam Wedekind, owner of the shell museum, has yet to see "Fahrenheit 9/11," and to assess whether her business is portrayed favorably.
Von Namen und Dingen: Erkundungen zur Rolle des Ich in der Literatur am Beispiel von Ingeborg Bachmann, Peter Bichsel, Max Frisch, Gottfried Keller, Heinrich von Kleist, Arthur Schnitzler, Frank Wedekind, Vladimir Nabokov und W.
Additional information and copies of the Notice of Extension and Variation can be obtained from the company or Michael Wedekind, Wedekind Professional Corp.
But then, so did Wedekind, who wrote "Spring Awakening" in 1891 and didn't see it produced until 1906, in Berlin.
Wedekind concludes that the female Faust model cannot work.
ANDERSON-WEDEKIND - Tiffany Anderson and Eric Wedekind, of Oakland, a daughter.
NEW YORK A Lincoln Center, American Songbook presentation of a concert staging of a musical in two acts with music by Duncan Sheik, book and lyrics by Steven Sater, based on the play "The Awakening of Spring" by Frank Wedekind.
Modernism and Masculinity: Mann, Wedekind, Kandinsky through World War I.
Other theatrical refractions of the Galatea/Pygmalion myth are found in The Taming of the Shrew, Alarcon's El Capitan Veneno, the Spaniard Torrado's La senorita Pigmalion, and other versions by the German Wedekind and the Belgian Spaak.
Directed, written by Lucile Hadzihalilovic, adapted from the novella "Mine Haha, or the Corporal Punishment of Young Girls" by Frank Wedekind.