Grove Press edn., 1956
Threepenny Novel is a work of fiction written by Bertolt Brecht first published in Amsterdam by Allert de Lange (nl) in 1934 as Dreigroschenroman. The novel retains certain elements of the The Threepenny Opera – for instance, characters such as Macheath and Polly – but is essentially a completely separate work in tone, ambition and purpose.
- Walter Benjamin: "Brecht's Threepenny Novel". In Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, vol. III, p. 4.
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