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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.
It is, however, difficult to see why Ruby Cohn associates Kopit with those playwrights who are "Broadway Bound," which, according to her classification, means that they rarely stray from realism and mostly do not challenge the affluent, vaguely liberal Broadway audience. Cohn, New American Dramatists 1960-1990 (1982; sec. ed. Basingstoke, London: Macmillan, 1991), 27. Susan Sontag, Preface, Plays by Maria Irene Fornès (1985; New York: PAJ, 1986), 9. See, for instance, Manfred Pfister, "Robert Wilson's Metatheatre: Sense and Sensuousness in The Golden Windows," Studien zur Ästhetik des Gegenwartstheaters, ed.
The neglect of drama is also visible in this particular area: Silvio Gaggi's study From Text to Hypertext, subtitled Decentering the Subject in Fiction, Film, the Visual Arts, and Electronic Media, discusses painting, photography, fiction, film, and hypertextual systems but drama and theater are left out. Hassan, "The Question" 118. 1 Postmodern Sense of Self exclude those marginalized by society and tend to align themselves with the culturally conservative. Derrida, who has often been charged with denying subjectivity itself, thus concedes: I have never said that the subject should be dispensed with.