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Germania : Semiotext(e) / Foreign Agents - Heiner Muller

Germania

Semiotext(e) / Foreign Agents

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Published: 1st October 1990
For Ages: 22+ years old
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Heiner Muller, East German author of "Hamletmachine" and "Medea," was the preeminent German successor of Bertholt Brecht at the end of the twentieth century. In this collection of essays, stories, and interviews conducted by Sylvere Lotringer, Muller reflects on the laws of history from the standpoint of someone straddling the Berlin Wall. Muller saw the wall as both repression and protection of his compatriots from the inevitable triumph of capitalism. His work evokes the wit and compactness of Brecht, with an added psychotropic dimension. Haunted by World War II, Muller was a leading figure in European contemporary literature, whose writing anticipates a future beyond the bipolarity of twentieth-century politics.

Introduction
Wallsp. 13
Warsp. 62
Windsp. 89
I Want to Be a Germanp. 97
I Would Rather Be Goliathp. 98
The Luckless Angelp. 99
The Solitude of Filmp. 100
Black Mirrorp. 103
Botts Have A Memoryp. 104
Blood is in the Shoep. 105
Imagesp. 110
Invitation to Terrorp. 111
Terror is the First Appearance of the Newp. 114
The Block Gnaws at the Wallp. 119
Brecht vs. Brechtp. 124
Drama Doesn't Take Place on the Stagep. 134
Panizza, or the Unity of Germanyp. 147
The Toad on the Gas Meterp. 150
It is Not as it Remainsp. 153
On Reading Alexander Fadajevp. 159
Intelligence without Experiencep. 160
For Example, Paul Dessaup. 168
Steel Net or Divisible Freedomp. 170
Artaud the Language of Crueltyp. 175
Tooth Decay in Parisp. 176
The Geste of Citationp. 177
Unpackaged Fragmentsp. 178
Obituaryp. 180
I am Interested in the Althusser Case...p. 184
Writing Out of the Enjoyment of Catastrophep. 190
Nightplayp. 198
Poets Have to Be Stupidp. 200
A Life Without A Mask & The Fire in the Gardenp. 221
Baselitz's Forestp. 223
Fragment for Luigi Nonop. 224
Raising the Deadp. 225
Bennd Besson or the Theater of the Evil Lookp. 227
Making Reality Impossiblep. 229
I Don't Believe in Realityp. 231
I Don't Know What's Avant-Gardep. 233
Isolated Texts Waiting for Historyp. 239
Without Hope & Without Despairp. 241
Muller-Machine: A Chronologyp. 248
Referencesp. 251
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ISBN: 9780936756639
ISBN-10: 0936756632
Series: Semiotext(e) / Foreign Agents
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st October 1990
Publisher: Autonomedia
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 17.4 x 11.5  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.2