Bertolt Brecht

(10 February 1898 – 14 August 1956 / Augsburg)

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Hits of Mar 23, 2013 Saturday

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# Poem Title Hits Posts
1 A Worker Reads History 13
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2 Alabama Song 15
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3 Contemplating Hell 7
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4 Der Pflaumenbaum (The Plum Tree, translation) 4
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5 Elogio al Aprendizaje 3
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6 Fragen 4
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7 From A German War Primer 9
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8 Future Generations (Translation of 6
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9 How Fortunate the Man with None 16
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10 I Want To Go With The One I Love 16
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11 Ich habe dich nie je so geliebt 1
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12 I'm not saying anything against Alexander 9
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13 Mack the Knife 8
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14 My young son asks me... 10
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15 Not What Was Meant 6
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16 O Germany, Pale Mother! 4
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17 On Reading a Recent Greek Poet 4
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18 On the Critical Attitude 4
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19 Parting 6
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20 Pleasures (Translation with the original German, 6
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21 Questions 6
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22 Questions From a Worker Who Reads 3
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23 Radio Poem 9
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24 Send Me a Leaf 4
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25 Solidarity Song 4
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26 The Mask Of Evil 3
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27 The Solution 10
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28 The Tattered Cord (Der Abgerissen Strick, translation with original German) 2
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29 To Be Read in the Morning and at Night 3
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30 To Posterity 9
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31 To the Students of the Workers' and Peasants' Faculty 2
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32 To Those Born After 5
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33 United Front Song 4
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34 What Has Happened? 2
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Total 217 0
Average 6.4 0.0
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  • Posts: Number of visitors who posted the poem to a friend (via e-mail) on the given date.
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