Drayman Henschel (German: Führmann Henschell), also known as Carter Henschel, is an 1898 five-act naturalistic play by the German playwright Gerhart Hauptmann. Unlike his 1892 play The Weavers, Hauptmann focuses on the story's psychological rather than social dimensions. As with his 1902 play Rose Bernd, the play charts the demise of an ordinary man who falls victim to circumstances beyond his control. As with many of Hauptmann's dramas, it ends with the main character's suicide.

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  • Drayman Henschel (German: Führmann Henschell), also known as Carter Henschel, is an 1898 five-act naturalistic play by the German playwright Gerhart Hauptmann. Unlike his 1892 play The Weavers, Hauptmann focuses on the story's psychological rather than social dimensions. As with his 1902 play Rose Bernd, the play charts the demise of an ordinary man who falls victim to circumstances beyond his control. As with many of Hauptmann's dramas, it ends with the main character's suicide. (en)
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  • George
  • Franz
  • Bertha
  • Drayman Henschel
  • Fabig
  • Fireman
  • Franziska Wermelskirch
  • Hanne Schael
  • Hauffe
  • Hildebrant
  • Horse Dealer Walther
  • Karlchen
  • Mrs Henschel
  • Mrs Wermelskirch
  • Siebenhaar
  • Veterinarian Grunert
  • Wermelskirch
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  • 1898-11-05 (xsd:date)
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  • 1898-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Grey Swan Hotel,Silesia
  • Late 1860s
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  • Drayman Henschel (German: Führmann Henschell), also known as Carter Henschel, is an 1898 five-act naturalistic play by the German playwright Gerhart Hauptmann. Unlike his 1892 play The Weavers, Hauptmann focuses on the story's psychological rather than social dimensions. As with his 1902 play Rose Bernd, the play charts the demise of an ordinary man who falls victim to circumstances beyond his control. As with many of Hauptmann's dramas, it ends with the main character's suicide. (en)
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  • Drayman Henschel (en)
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  • Drayman Henschel (en)
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