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In the attack mode, Nestroy was very adept, plus, more or even less manically later, some others similar to Chris Handke, in the play Offending the Market, devastatingly, it would show up, calling them every title he could think regarding, scum, red worms, monstrosities, sclerotics and syphilitics, foulmouthed ass-kissers, there, most likely dead, nevertheless remarkably unoffended, even by the nonstop, incantatory, merciless verbosity, as word when word he is soon reversing himself. The take up, of course—or what Handke called a Sprechstücke, some sort of speak-in where you sit down in, often the stars informed how to listen closely, the particular audience taught to get celebrities, directed from often the stage—is seriously the task on show, the generally impossible theater, which company accounts for the logorrhea, presumably ending representation, being a Derridean dream, praise turn out to be deconstruction! contradicting itself, playing around having play, structure, indication, plus play, a décor devoid of pictures, pure beleaguered take up, only a world connected with words and phrases, abolishing scopophilia within a linguistic and acoustical place, where if anyone listen to the looking a person hear it returning. Handke asserts in a good prefatory note that the Sprechstücke have nothing to do having representation, nevertheless next he confesses, with the ready irony, the fact that “they imitate the signals regarding all the given devices healthy to the theater”—which is why he promises in disclaiming of which your dog is not being revolutionary. Typically the preface ends with the definitive: “Speak-ins are independent commencement to the previous plays” (ix).
Which provides us back to Nestroy, whose ironies were even now directed at, and limited by simply, a far from autonomous theatre, nevertheless throughout Hapsburg Vienna, with a infection of outdated runs, even those announced because new, the cups can be extravagant, as very well as the auricular place for another world regarding words—upon which, by the particular application of dialects, vocabulary, plainspoken speech, funny goods to generate a good living, a new living he / she deplored, this individual was with embarrassed veneración also making satiric warfare. It wasn't really the particular war of thoughts declared at the fin para siècle by means of the much-feared, formidable, innegable Karl Gewellt, who was actually liable for reviving Nestroy, while a in a big way wanted, strong satirical thinker, even though not really perhaps with the Geist, a World-Spirit for Hegel, a mind-spirit for Wellig, an ethical mastery of the Word, which Kraus believed for himself, not only apostolically, but as it is exclusive métamorphose. Nor, nevertheless he'd reconditioned him via oblivion by way of reading Nestroy's text messaging to a crowd, he totally didn't be interested in them within the cinema. Against both of thought, by means of the Jung-Wien and Separation, Kraus also believed how the staging of a textual content defiled it, and the particular purity connected with language as well, thus easier to continue to keep it away from typically the show-off virtuosity, the self-indulgence of characters. Impressive artwork could just be preserved, he or she insisted, by simply keeping that out of functionality. They have hard to say what exactly Nestroy might have designed of most this, if they have true he thought even more of himself like a actor than as a playwright. In that consideration, long lasting rage of antitheater he may have shared having Kraus, he / she was nevertheless writing jobs to get themselves, and when his or her own virtuosity was running aside with the text—the authority of the author leaving it behind—he had to take often the measure of wherever many people could be performed.