Brecht in Fiction
- In the 1930 novel Success, Brecht's mentor Lion Feuchtwanger immortalized Brecht as the character Kaspar Pröckl.
- In the 2006 film The Lives of Others, a Stasi agent is partially inspired to save a playwright he has been spying on by reading a book of Brecht poetry that he had stolen from the artist's apartment.
- Brecht at Night by Mati Unt, transl. Eric Dickens (Dalkey Archive Press, 2009)
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