Physiker by Friedrich Dürrenmatt is a play that combines comedy and tragedy. The story revolves around the character Möbius, who is a physicist and the discoverer of the world formula. He pretends to be insane to protect his formula and claims that King Solomon appeared to him. He strangles his sister Monika, who wanted to marry him and set him free. The play explores themes of paradox, absurdity, and grotesqueness. The character Mathilde von Zahne is the owner and director of the sanatorium where Möbius is being treated. She starts off as a kind character but becomes power-hungry towards the end. She copies Möbius's manuscripts and incites the male nurses to attack the physicists. The play also features other characters such as Einstein, a physicist and spy for the East Block who murders his colleague Irene to maintain his cover. Newton, Butler, and Hilton are physicists and spies for the West Block who manipulate and outsmart everyone. Dorothea Moser is a nurse who competes with the physicists by pretending to be insane. The play is divided into two acts. In the first act, Inspector Voß investigates the murder of Einstein. Möbius's family visits him, and he reveals his insanity by strangling his sister. In the second act, the physicists have a conversation where they reveal their true identities and decide to stay at the sanatorium. Dr. von Zahne reveals her madness and manipulations, and the physicists give up and summon King Solomon, a fictional character. The dialogue analysis should include an introduction, a hypothesis, and a context. The main part should include a detailed description of the conversation, including the development, goals, and motives of the characters. The analysis should also include the relationship between the characters, their emotions, and their language. The conclusion should provide a summary of the conversation and its function within the play.
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