The article on the German dramatist Harald Mueller first portrays his life, reception, search for form and literary classification, examines then his socially critical approach and conception of characters and goes on to the constitutive element of his poetic and dramaturgical concept, his use of language, depicting him as veritable linguistic researcher. The article investigates then dramatic features, in line with the endogenous approach to the phenomenon of power on the one hand, and on the other, the playwright’s extensive use of quotations. In his quoting gestus Mueller goes far beyond what would in any case be inevitable inside a presumed inter-text, creating a stylistic principle which acquires an originality and idiosyncrasy that from a deconstructivist perspective puts it beyond all accusations of plagiarism.
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