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See: Der Prozess (by Kafka) - The Trial (German: Der Prozess or Der Process) is the English title of a number of stage adaptations of the novel by Franz Kafka.

The Trial by Franz Kafka. In this existential play Joseph K. seeks in vain the answer to questions concerning his victimization, persecution , imprisonment and final death. It is a grim caricature of the nameless, formless, inchoate march of modern society towards the suppression or abolition of the individual. Directed by Fred Engelen in 1960 at the Little Theatre, Cape Town.


by Mzwandile Maqina. A play dealing with a young girl's battle against Section 6 of the Law on Terrorism. Produced in New Brighton, near Port Elizabeth in 197*. The play was immediately banned and the author was arrested.


a play for women by Anthony Booth, published by Samuel French (1972). Translated into Afrikaans as Die Verhoor.

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