You wake up in a forest with only a sword and without memory. Go on an adventure in The Awakening, a very well-polished RPG game by RockLou. Spring Awakening (German: Frühlings Erwachen) is the German dramatist Frank Wedekind's first major play and a seminal work in the modern history of theatre. Original language : German. Spring Awakening plot summary, character breakdowns, context and analysis, and performance video clips. Navigation Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical. Disgusted with himself, Melchior runs off as Wendla is left lying on the ground, weeping. The plot anticipated the stories of Eudora Welty and Flannery O'Connor and the plays of William Inge , while Edna Pontellier's emotional crises and her eventual tragic fall look ahead to the complex female characters of Tennessee Williams 's plays. There, he is comforted by Melchior's kind mother, who disapproves of reading Faust before adulthood. All donations to fortyfivedownstairs are tax deductible. Spring Awakening - Acting Edition Paperback. As Edna is walking towards the ocean in the end of the novel we see a bird with a broken wing. Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical. Ernst reveals that he loves Hänschen. Why didn't they let me sleep peacefully until all was still. You haven't the dropsy, you have a child, girl! While Moritz idolizes femininity, Melchior admits that he hates thinking about sex from the girl's viewpoint. Hint — it was not caused by severe drin… show more. Wendla has become ill, and her mother takes her to visit a doctor. Wendla is not entirely sure of what they are about to do but is certain that it is unlike anything that she has known before. Ilse, who it is implied has feelings for Moritz, tells him she has found refuge at an artists' colony, and they reminisce in some childhood memories and "remarkable times". They persuade him to journey on, and he resolves to live and to carry their memories with him forever "Those You've Known". Per Seyersted, a Norwegian scholar, rediscovered Chopin in the s, leading The Awakening to be remembered as the feminist fiction it is today.