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The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print
The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print

The Caucasian Chalk Circle Custom Print

For his last major work, Brecht borrowed from an ancient Chinese story - in which two women both claim the same child - and subverted it into a parable advocating the idea that resources should go to those best able to make use of them. Set in post-war and medieval Georgia, the play is inhabited by some of Brecht's most vivid creations including a peasant girl, Grusha and the corrupt judge, Azdak.
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