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The Investigation
Peter Weiss
Dramatic Pub Co / Softcover / 1966-01-01 / 0871293404
U of T Texts / Fiction
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A shattering drama about the holocaust by the author of Marat/Sade. The stark stage contains nothing more than rows of wooden chairs and small tables for the judge, defense attorney and prosecuting attorney. The top rows are filled by those accused in the Frankfurt trial of the atrocities of Auschwitz. The house lights are kept on which, together with seating the attorneys and the judge in the audience, contributes to the sense of spectator participation. This play is based on the actual testimony and its impact is devastating!

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