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Copenhagen Vs. the Physicists

Summary: Compares Michael Frayn's Copenhagen with Friedrich Dürrenmatt's The Physicists. It looks at science, the role of secrete agencies and the role of women in both plays.
Copenhagen by Michael Frayn and The Physicists by Friedrich Dürrenmatt are two plays that can be compared and contrasted in many different ways. The plays both revolve around similar aspects. However, these aspects are utilised differently by Frayn and Dürrenmatt, resulting in different interpretations of similar features. There are three specific aspects, which stand out more than others; science, women and secrete agencies. In both plays science is the main theme. All else is affected by science, such as the secrete agencies. Throughout each play, secrete agencies are trying to gain knowledge of new scientific methods, so they can benefit the according country. This is because during the time span the story line of these plays take place science was and still is an unbelievable power, a power beyond human imagination. In addition, men where the ones, who were in "charge" of science. Thus...

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