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For much of his creative life Brecht was acutely aware of the battle being fought between two totalitarian (and, by that token, totalizing) ideologies and regimes: National Socialism and Communism. The former particularly, in terms of its aesthetics, favoured the as it were Aristotelian mode of cathartic identification. Its aim was to achieve the selfsurrender of the spectator to feelings of solidarity with the mass, of oceanic oneness; and Brecht, not dishonourably, one might feel, answers with a totalizing programme of aesthetic self-reflectivity, with the programme of a drama where the theory was omnipresent as a kind of meta-statement, as the interrogation that at every turn questions the theatrical statement being made.
Hnlich wie im Dreigroschenroman ist im CaesarRoman der Erfolg des Protagonisten nicht das Ergebnis eines “großen Plans”, sondern die Konsequenz einer Konstellation, in der Caesar sogar viel abhängiger und unfreier ist als Macheath. Er ist nicht Subjekt, sondern weitgehend unselbständiges Medium der Romanvorgänge. 4 Es mag zweifelhaft sein, auf dem Befund zweier literarischer Texte und einer Reihe theoretischer Äußerungen ein eigenes Genre begründet zu sehen. Ein drittes Beispiel ist Brecht schuldig geblieben: Der (zu) groß konzipierte und über einen langen Zeitraum geplante Tui-Roman ist nicht über die Sammlung ausformulierter Materialien hinaus gediehen.
Rhyme 2 See Ray Ockenden: Empedocles in Buckow: a Sketch Map of Misreading in Brecht’s Poetry. In: Empedocles’ Shoe: Essays on Brecht’s Poetry. Ed. by Tom Kuhn and Karen Leeder. London: Methuen 2002. Pp. 178–205 (see in particular p. 189). B. – and Others. ): Empedocles’ Shoe (n. 2). Pp. 37–52. 1940. BFA 26. Pp. 417–418. Here p. 418. Brecht is reacting to Wordsworth’s “She was a phantom of delight”. qxd 4/16/08 2:17 PM Page 35 35 also takes on a changed purpose in Brecht, its aim often being quite different from that of his predecessors.