Asja Lacis

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Asja Lācis (Latvian: Anna Lāce; Russian: Анна 'Ася' Эрнестовна Лацис, Anna 'Asya' Ernestovna Latsis; German: Asja Lazis; 19 October 1891 – 21 November 1979) was a Latvian actress and theatre director.

Writings

Literature

  • Heinz-Uwe Haus, "In memoriam Asja Lacis (19. Oktober 1891–21. November 1979)", in Brecht, Women and Politics, eds. John Fuegi, Gisela Bahr, and John Willett, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1985, pp 138-147. (English)
  • Dagmāra Ķimele, Gunta Strautmane, Asja: režisores Annas Lāces dēkainā dzīve [Asja: The Stormy Life of the director Anna Lāce], Riga: Likteņstāsti, 1996. (Latvian)
  • Susan Ingram, "The Writing of Asja Lacis", New German Critique 86 (2002), pp 159-177. (English)
  • Susan Ingram, "Anja Lacis", ch 4 in Ingram, Zarathustra's Sisters: Women's Autobiography and the Shaping of Cultural History, University of Toronto Press, 2002, pp 77-90. [1] (English)
  • Beata Paskevica, In der Stadt der Parolen. Asja Lacis, Walter Benjamin und Bertolt Brecht, Essen: Klartext, 2006, 336 pp. (German)
  • Sophie Pachner, ”Aber jeder bewahrte da seinen Namen“. Die Masse im Theater der zwanziger Jahre bei Asja Lacis und Bertolt Brecht, Vienna: Universität Wien, 2008, 122 pp. Master's thesis. (German)

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