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* The manga ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.

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* The manga ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins''.


* The manga ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.

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* The manga ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.
* The (cancelled) novel ''The 7 Deadly Sins'' by Joey Washkevich.

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[[redirect:Theatre/TheSevenDeadlySins]]''The Seven Deadly Sins'' may refer to:

* The trope SevenDeadlySins.
* The play ''Theatre/TheSevenDeadlySins''.
* The manga ''Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai''.


-> - "She's the one with the looks, I'm realistic; she's just a little mad, my head is on straight. But we're really one divided being, even though you see two of us. And both of us are Anna. Together we've but a single past, a single future, one heart and one savings account. And we only do what's best for one another. Right, Anna?"\\
- "Yes, Anna."

''Die Sieben Todsünden'' (''The Seven Deadly Sins'') is a 1933 operatic ballet by BertoltBrecht and KurtWeill, written at the start of Brecht's exile from the German stage. It was originally intended for a French audience.

The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana. Full of hope and curiosity, she sets out to become a cabaret dancer.

However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her audience's (often perverted) wishes and make money. Her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to dedicate herself to the idea of ''art'' -- to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.

The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exist, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss LotteLenja.

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-> - "She's the one with the looks, I'm realistic; she's just a little mad, my head is on straight. But we're really one divided being, even though you see two of us. And both of us are Anna. Together we've but a single past, a single future, one heart and one savings account. And we only do what's best for one another. Right, Anna?"\\
- "Yes, Anna."

''Die Sieben Todsünden'' (''The Seven Deadly Sins'') is a 1933 operatic ballet by BertoltBrecht and KurtWeill, written at the start of Brecht's exile from the German stage. It was originally intended for a French audience.

The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana. Full of hope and curiosity, she sets out to become a cabaret dancer.

However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her audience's (often perverted) wishes and make money. Her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to dedicate herself to the idea of ''art'' -- to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.

The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exist, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss LotteLenja.
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However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her audience's (often perverted) wishes and make money, whereas her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree, decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.

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However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her audience's (often perverted) wishes and make money, whereas her money. Her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to dedicate herself to the idea of ''art'' -- to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree, decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.





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- "Yes, Anna."

More lyrics: http://www.lyricsmania.com/prologue_the_seven_deadly_sins_lyrics_marianne_faithfull.html
All about Marianne Faithfull: http://www.musictory.com/music/Marianne+Faithfull

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- "Yes, Anna."

More lyrics: http://www.lyricsmania.com/prologue_the_seven_deadly_sins_lyrics_marianne_faithfull.html
All about Marianne Faithfull: http://www.musictory.com/music/Marianne+Faithfull



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-> - "She's the one with the looks, I'm realistic; she's just a little mad, my head is on straight. But we're really one divided being, even though you see two of us. And both of us are Anna. Together we've but a single past, a single future, one heart and one savings account. And we only do what's best for one another. Right, Anna?"\\
- "Yes, Anna."

More lyrics: http://www.lyricsmania.com/prologue_the_seven_deadly_sins_lyrics_marianne_faithfull.html
All about Marianne Faithfull: http://www.musictory.com/music/Marianne+Faithfull


The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exist, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.

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The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exist, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.
LotteLenja.


The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exists, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.

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The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exists, exist, the most famous of which was beautifully recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.


The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana.

However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her clients' wishes and make money, whereas her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree, decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.

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The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana. \n\n Full of hope and curiosity, she sets out to become a cabaret dancer.

However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to submit to her clients' audience's (often perverted) wishes and make money, whereas her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree, decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.


The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana. However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle: her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to give in to the (sexual) urges of her clients to make money, whereas her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.

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The story, told in chapters, is narrated by a young American woman named Anna. She's decided to spend seven years in the "great big cities" of the United States to earn money, allowing her family to build a nice, cozy home in Louisiana.

However, on the road, Anna quickly develops an internal struggle: her struggle. Her rational side, the singer, wants Anna to give in submit to the (sexual) urges of her clients to clients' wishes and make money, whereas her romantic side, the dancer, wants Anna to give in to the seven deadly sins and live a carefree carefree, decadent life. The two sides are represented on the stage by two women, with the family acting as a GreekChorus.


''Die Sieben Todsünden'' (''The Seven Deadly Sins'') is a 1933 ballet by BertoltBrecht and KurtWeill, written at the start of Brecht's exile from the German stage. It was originally intended for a French audience.

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''Die Sieben Todsünden'' (''The Seven Deadly Sins'') is a 1933 operatic ballet by BertoltBrecht and KurtWeill, written at the start of Brecht's exile from the German stage. It was originally intended for a French audience.


The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exists, the most famous of which was beautifully performed and recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.

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The minimalist play is one of BertoltBrecht's most famous and most popular works. Several English translations exists, the most famous of which was beautifully performed and recorded by MarianneFaithfull. The "canon" German version was performed and recorded by Miss Lotte Lenja.

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