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2 The postmodern dramatic text, by and large, corresponds to new forms of textuality put forth by Roland Barthes since it stresses the processual and transformative dimensions of dramatic action. In his essay on Balzac's story "Sarrasine," Barthes distinguishes between 1 2 Pavis, "Classical Heritage" 11. Herbert Grabes has dwelled extensively on these issues in his essay "Performance Theater and the Text" which will be dealt with more thoroughly below. 2 Dramatic Text, Performance, and Authorship 54 readerly and writerly texts.
Sondern die Konstituenten des Theatralischen selbst in ihrer Zeichen- 9 In the wake of the rampant interest in metadramatic strategies, the scholarly book market has produced quite a number of studies devoted to the exploration of metadrama. These studies cover playwrights from Shakespeare to Gertrude Stein and Tom Stoppard, but none of them has so far discussed the relationship between postmodern theory and metadrama comprehensively. In Metadrama und englisches Gegenwartsdrama, Karin Vieweg-Marks concentrates on British metadrama in the plays by Edward Bond and Tom Stoppard while leaving aside its postmodern implications.
There is, however, also a pronounced political side to the transtextuality, even to the plagiarism, of postmodern culture. Andreas 15 16 17 18 19 Roland Barthes, "The Death of the Author," Image-Music-Text, trans. Stephen Heath (1968; New York: Noonday P, 1988), 146. Jonathan Culler, The Pursuit of Signs (Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981), 103. There are, of course, many equally valid definitions of intertextuality; see, for instance, Linda Hutcheon, A Poetics of Postmodernism where she talks about the "inevitable textual infiltration of prior discursive practices" (127).