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Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War

Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War Peter Handke translated from the german by Scott abbott Voyage by Dugout premiered June 9, 1999 at the Burgtheater, Vienna, directed by Claus Peymann. Dedicated to the memory of the Catalan journalist Josep Palau Balletbó (and to the theatre as a free medium) Mistakes by others that highlight equivalent errors of our own precipitate a moral disappointment that permits us to assume the strict and noble stance of both judge and victim and gives rise to an inner state of moral euphoria. This euphoria distances us swiftly and surely from the process of personal moral perfection and makes of us terrible and merciless and even bloodthirsty judges. Ivo Andrić, Signs by the Wayside It is . . . a subtlety that requires discernment and that must permeate the whole; it is extremely important because it alone separates poetic and historical discourse. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Serbian Songs Da selo sa selom pase. (One village should share pastures with the other.) King Dušan’s Book of Law, ∫72, Fourteenth Century CHaRaCteRS John O’Hara, American film director Luis Machado, Spanish film director An Announcer A Tourist Guide A Woodsman http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art MIT Press

Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War

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Publisher
MIT Press
Copyright
© 2012 Peter Handke
ISSN
1520-281X
eISSN
1537-9477
DOI
10.1162/PAJJ_a_00094
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Abstract

Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War Peter Handke translated from the german by Scott abbott Voyage by Dugout premiered June 9, 1999 at the Burgtheater, Vienna, directed by Claus Peymann. Dedicated to the memory of the Catalan journalist Josep Palau Balletbó (and to the theatre as a free medium) Mistakes by others that highlight equivalent errors of our own precipitate a moral disappointment that permits us to assume the strict and noble stance of both judge and victim and gives rise to an inner state of moral euphoria. This euphoria distances us swiftly and surely from the process of personal moral perfection and makes of us terrible and merciless and even bloodthirsty judges. Ivo Andrić, Signs by the Wayside It is . . . a subtlety that requires discernment and that must permeate the whole; it is extremely important because it alone separates poetic and historical discourse. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Serbian Songs Da selo sa selom pase. (One village should share pastures with the other.) King Dušan’s Book of Law, ∫72, Fourteenth Century CHaRaCteRS John O’Hara, American film director Luis Machado, Spanish film director An Announcer A Tourist Guide A Woodsman

Journal

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and ArtMIT Press

Published: May 1, 2012

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