Hamletmachine and other texts for the stage
This volume contains eight texts which radically question how culture, myth, art, and human relations create history. The poetically violent language and surreal imagery of the settings -- a faceless American president as a robot, Medea in East Berlin -- evoke the devastated landscape of a haunted nuclear age.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - keristars - LibraryThing
Heiner Müller's plays as in Hamletmachine are postmodern and just plain weird. I really don't know how else to describe them, except, perhaps, disturbing? Because they're that, too. All the works ... Read full review
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