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This article is about the play by Raymond Williams. For other uses, see Koba (disambiguation).
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The play involves fictitious characters, but parallels the life of Joseph Stalin. Characters include Peter, Max and George, along with Joseph - later Koba - and Jordan, based on Vladimir Lenin. It takes a mixed view of the Stalin-character:
LUKE: What we have really to face is how all this happened, how we became strong. MARK: It was not only Koba. In many ways he made us weaker. LUKE: But in other ways stronger. (Act Two, Scene VII).