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Different Views of Tradition in "Mother Courage and Her Children" and "Blood Wedding"

Summary: A comparison of "Mother Courage and Her Children" by Bertolt Brecht with "Blood Wedding" by Fredrico Garcia Lorca shows very different views of societal tradition. The setting of "Blood Wedding" is one of many social customs and traditional values that hold sway over individual behavior. In "Mother Courage and Her Children," people are more individualistic because they must rely upon themselves to survive. Other themes of both novels are explored.
This essay is about the poetic drama written by Fredrico Garcia Lorca, Blood Wedding, and the play written by Bertolt Brecht, Mother Courage and her Children. In Blood Wedding, Fredrico Garcia Lorca focuses on the moral and social norms people usually follow. They belong to a rural society which is conservative and at times primeval; they follow and respect only the traditional values to which they are accustomed opposite to the liberal social outlooks. They can't accept conduct outside their social lifestyles. The mother and the bridegroom are characters who are affected by these issues. However, In Mother Courage and her Children, Bertolt Brecht diminishes the traditional roles of characters because they have to survive according to their situation, a confused war torn society. Mother Courage and Yvette are two characters that are individualistic and have to...

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