From the attack mode for this present

From the attack mode for this present

In the attack function, Nestroy was rather experienced, and, more as well as less manically later, other people such as Andrew d Handke, in their play Annoying the Visitors, devastatingly, it would seem, calling them just about every title he could think involving, scum, earthworms, monstrosities, sclerotics and syphilitics, foulmouthed ass-kissers, there, likely dead, nonetheless remarkably unoffended, even simply by the nonstop, incantatory, severe verbosity, as term upon word he is quickly reversing himself. The play, of course—or what Handke called a Sprechstücke, a speak-in where you sit in, typically the stars informed how to hear, often the audience taught to get celebrities, directed from the stage—is genuinely a task on theatre, the always impossible movie theater, which accounts for the logorrhea, most probably ending representation, similar to a Derridean dream, praise turn out to be deconstruction! contradicting itself, playing around along with play, structure, sign, and play, a stage show without pictures, pure beleaguered carry out, only a world involving phrases, abolishing scopophilia within a good linguistic and aural space, where if you tune in towards the looking anyone hear it rebounding. Handke asserts in a new prefatory note that the Sprechstücke have nothing to perform with representation, although subsequently he accepts the fact, with some sort of ready irony, the fact that “they imitate the gestures involving all the given products normal to the the

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