Brecht and Method

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Fredric Jameson elegantly dissects the intricate connections between Brecht's drama and politics, demonstrating the way these combined to shape a unique and powerful influence on a profoundly troubled epoch. Through Brecht's entire corpus and a cryptic work, unpublished in Brecht's lifetime, entitled Me-ti; Book of Twists and Turns, Jameson finds Brecht not prescriptive but performative. He sees Brecht's method as a multi-layered process of reflection, reference and self-reference, which tears open a gap for individuals to situate themselves in the third person, and to use that self-projection in history as a basis for judgement.

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ISBN: 9781859842492
Uitgever: Verso
Datum uitgifte: 1999


Dit artikel werd toegevoegd op Monday 06 October, 2008.

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