Laugh God!


The one-act drama, written by a sophomore at Ohio State University in 1935, focuses on Heinrich Heine, the renowned nineteenth-century poet who was a German Jew who converted to Christianity to further his social acceptance and spent much of his life in Paris, where he died. The play begins and ends with the burning of books by Jews, including Heine, in the Third Reich on May, 10, 1933.
Format: One-act


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Original Language: English

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