Stories of people adrift on the tides of their passion. That there are continents of emotions he has never explored. Following the death of his mother in 1920, he began writing plays in earnest. He studied philosophy, drama and medicine at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich where he first experimented with writing poetry and plays.There they had founded their "New Zion," a town they named Nauvoo.
After the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, he decided that prose could better address the nation's problems, and so he started writing fiction.
In the early '30s, he began work on his masterpiece, an epic novel that follows the lives of more than 60 characters through the first half of 20th-century Russia.
As if he were one of those lovers about to collide. It was during this time that Brecht developed his theory of "epic theater," which asks the audience to acknowledge the stage as a stage, the actors as actors, and not some make-believe world of real people.
As I read, his lips move as if he now can see the words. His first major runaway success was , and it offered a harsh critique of capitalism from a Socialist perspective.
He produced some of his most famous anti-war works during that time, including (1943), an anti-Nazi film that came out in the middle of World War II.
With Hitler's rise to power in 1933, Brecht sought asylum in Denmark, Sweden, and Finland, and journeyed across Russia and Persia.He spent hours alone in his bedroom reading the classics of Russian literature — Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Turgenev, and Pushkin.His first two books were collections of poetry, (1917).Moroni had directed him to a buried cache of gold plates, on which were written the history of the Israelites.He retrieved these, and translated them with the help of two seer stones that were with them, and so wrote the Book of Mormon, on which he based a new sect of Christianity.Compared to Hollywood, Svendborg is a world center." In 1947, he was blacklisted by the studios when he was investigated by the House Un-American Activities Committee, who accused him of being a Communist sympathizer.