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Historical background to Buchner and Woyzeck

1804 Friedrich Schiller writes his last play, William Tell.

1812 Napoleon reaches Moscow but is forced to retreat, losing almost 600,000 men in battle.

1813 Georg Buchner is born in Hessen, Germany. 247 more words

A Level Drama And Theatre Studies

Historical background to Buchner and Woyzeck

1804 Friedrich Schiller writes his last play, William Tell.

 

1812 Napoleon reaches Moscow but is forced to retreat, losing almost 600,000 men in battle. 

 

1813 Georg Buchner is born in Hessen, Germany.  209 more words

Unit 4

Biography of Georg Buchner

Georg Buchner (pronounced Buechner) was born on October 17, 1813 in the small town of Goddelau, in Hessen, Germany. His father, a scientist and rationalist, primed him from an early age with a scientific approach to the world, which would later manifest itself in the sharp, realistic, and critical nature of his writing. 399 more words

Unit 4

Biography of Georg Buchner

Georg Buchner (pronounced Buechner) was born on October 17, 1813 in the small town of Goddelau, in Hessen, Germany. His father, a scientist and rationalist, primed him from an early age with a scientific approach to the world, which would later manifest itself in the sharp, realistic, and critical nature of his writing. 399 more words

Unit 4

Woyzeck: Brief Synopsis and Background

Woyzeck is a stage play written by Georg Büchner. He left the work incomplete at his death, but it has been variously and posthumously finished by a variety of authors, editors and translators. 332 more words

A Level Drama And Theatre Studies

Woyzeck: Brief Synopsis and Background

Woyzeck is a stage play written by Georg Büchner. He left the work incomplete at his death, but it has been variously and posthumously finished by a variety of authors, editors and translators. 332 more words

A Level Drama And Theatre Studies

Example Section B Questions

Here are some example questions for Edexcel A Level Drama and Theatre Studies Unit 4 Section B. Each question is marked out of 30.

 

  • As a director, outline and justify your approach to a production of the play that demonstrates your understanding of its historical context.
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