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Hamburg Dramaturgy

Hamburg Dramaturgy (German: Hamburgische Dramaturgie) is a highly influential work on drama by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, written between 1767 and 1769. It was not originally conceived as a unified and systematical book, but rather as series of theater reviews, which Lessing wrote when working as the world's first dramaturg for the Hamburg National Theatre. Hamburg Dramaturgy defined the new field of dramaturgy, and also introduced the term.

The idea of a journal with Lessing as a dramatic critic to criticise their efforts was conceived by the theatre's founder Johann Friedrich Löwen, and Abel Seyler, "the power behind the throne," agreed, "at first grudgingly, but later was enthusiastic over the periodical's success."



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