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416 MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE Salvation Army penitent form; and, though dramatically effective it may come close to EffekthascbereL Moreover, in great drama what moves us is the clash of characters and of passion, not the chemical action of logic. To this objection the answer is: but here we have a new type of drama. New also is Hochwalder's reversion to the classical type of drama with the three unities, from which he swerves only in Hotel du Commerce and Meier Helmbrecht.