Talk:Marieluise Fleißer

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Premiered in Berlin...[edit]

Dvyost's edit of this sentence to read, "After their premiere in Berlin, the plays caused a scandal..." seems ambiguous. Neither play was produced in Fleisser's home-town, and it was partly the Berlin productions themselves - which were quite sexually explicit - which caused the controversy, stirred up by the right-wing press. I intend to expand the article.

Skeowsha 13:27, 31 October 2005 (UTC)

Sounds good--go for it! --Dvyost 14:37, 31 October 2005 (UTC)