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By Steve Giles, Maike Oergel

Initially awarded at a September 2001 symposium held on the U. of Nottingham, the 20 papers during this assortment disguise facets of German and important eu tradition from the 1770s to the Nineties, together with narrative, theater, poetry, images, and sundry countercultural institutional and theoretical projects. assurance comprises the overdue- 18th

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By publishing or staging individual passion, the authors of Sturm und Drang begin to differ from the characters they put on stage. Rhetoric and theatricality are part of the public sphere of commonly understandable matters. Publishing or dramatisation then puts on display what by definition allows no witness, the radical and solipsistic emotionality of a singular passion without intersubjective elements. Through this contradiction, the authors at once create and betray this singular subjectivity.

Kittler, F. A. ‘Autorschaft und Liebe’, in Kittler (Hg) Austreibung des Geistes aus den Geisteswissenschaften (Paderborn, Schöningh, 1980), 142–173. —— Aufschreibesysteme 1800/1900 (München, Fink, 1985). Kondylis, P. Die Aufklärung im Rahmen des neuzeitlichen Rationalismus (München, DVT, 1986). Koschorke, A. Körperströme und Schriftverkehr. Mediologie des 18. Jahrhunderts (München, Fink, 1999). Leibniz, G. W. Essai de théodicée sur la bonté de dieu, la liberté de l’homme et l’origine du mal (Amsterdam, Troyel, 1710).

For Jelinek it is the cultural representation of the deaths, and the media indifference and insensitivity, the oscillation between images of misery and banality, the failure to see beyond the surface, which intrigues. The play is not only about the deaths but their memorialisation, the place which they take in history. In the archaeological investigation of counter-cultures within Hackl’s and Jelinek’s works it is possible to find traces of different ‘civilisations’, or better, non-civilisations – in which the Romanies were regarded as personae non gratae.

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