2 edition of Self accusation found in the catalog.
by printed and published by J. Duncombe & Co. 10, Middle Row, Holborn in London
|Other titles||Dramas., A brother"s love.|
|Statement||by Mark Lemon ; embellished with a fine engraving, by Mr. Findlay, from a drawing, taken in the theatre.|
|Contributions||Goode, William, former owner., J. Duncombe& Co,, J. Duncombe & Co,|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Peter Handke calls his first three plays—Offending the Audience, Self-Accusation, and Prophecy—Sprechstücke (literally, speaking pieces). Both “speech” and “piece” are important, for A Professional Conscience: On an Episode of Self-Accusation in Raymond Queneau's The Last Days. In: Garry L. Hagberg, ed. Narrative and Self-Understanding. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. ISBN [Book Section] No full text
Self-Accusation is "a cunning and ironic attack on bureaucratic moral guilt" (Observer); Kaspar is based on the true story of Kaspar Hauser, a sixteen year old boy who appeared from nowhere in Nuremberg in and who had to be taught to speak from scratch. Handke's play is a downright attack on the way language is used by a corrupt society to › Poetry, Drama & Criticism › Drama. 来自《论法的精神（英文版）》，1. Of the Subject of this book. This subject is very extensive. In that crowd of ideas which presents itself to my mind, I shall be more attentive to the order of things than to the things themselves. I shall be obliged to wander to the right and to the left, that I may investigate and discover the truth That it is necessary People's Minds should
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Defying Handke’s perverse tendency to abstraction, Theatre Y allows the text to advance and retreat in a succession of potent images that leaves the performance swerving on the The psychology of self-accusation, from Every month, the British Journal of Psychiatry has a section that prints year-old excerpts from medical journals relevant to modern psychiatry.
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