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Detonacja nadziei. O fundamentalnej frakturze opowiadania przemocy w twórczości Heinera Müllera

Raddatz, Frank M.; Wojtyra, Wiktoria

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  <dc:creator>Raddatz, Frank M.</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Wojtyra, Wiktoria</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>In the paper, Detonation of Hope, translated by Wiktoria Wojtyra, Frank M. Raddatz attempts to explain the origins of Heiner Müller’s late texts, renowned for their non-dialogue characteristics that have become the basis for the post-dramatic theater. However, this basis has been corrupted by the capitulation to violence now deeply integrated onto it. Furthermore, in Hamletmachine, Müller utilized post-utopian aesthetics as a manifestation of the thwarted hope of the end to violence in history. This fundamental structure of his narrative of violence is preceded by the long struggle against violence and the possibility of overcoming or eradicating it entirely. A profound shock ensues from a sensitization stemming from the regulation of violence set against a pandemic. However, this only succeeds until the moment in which the fight against bestiality will give way for a new desire for violence. History, it turns out, becomes a cul-de-sac as represented by the renaissance of the ice-age which marks a farewell to a utopian world free of violence. At the same time fails an alliance of art and po­litics. The same alliance, that on behalf of The Absolute Other once hammered out the historical expectations horizon.</dc:description>
  <dc:source>Facta Ficta Journal of Theory, Narrative &amp; Media 1(1) 178-201</dc:source>
  <dc:title>Detonacja nadziei. O fundamentalnej frakturze opowiadania przemocy w twórczości Heinera Müllera</dc:title>
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