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This fluid and fertile displacement is intended to undermine dialectical structures of difference which rely upon the binary opposition of self and other, a movement which Cixous suggests is a necessary realignment before writing for the theatre. Such apparent generic boundaries are grounded in Cixous’s descriptions of her own creative practices, and are not reflected in any definitions of formal differences between theatre and other texts. However, such descriptions should not lead in turn to the simplistic opposition of Cixous’s fictions, as projections of the authorial self, to her theatre, as generous and transparent window onto the world.
Je ferme les yeux, et assise au fond de mon corps, je regarde vivre les personnages, je m’agite, je pousse des exclamations seule devant mon papier, je verse des larmes. ) The implied directness of impact that Cixous celebrates in the relationship between writer and text, between spectator and play, is foregrounded in her assertion of the theatre as the repository of the spoken word. Throughout her work the importance of ‘donner la parole’ of giving voice to subjectivity and of giving voice to others, has been of paramount aesthetic and political importance.
The central role of the theatre in Cixousian aesthetics is its status as the site par excellence of alterity, a textual and physical space in which writer, actor and spectator can enjoy a remodelled and unproblematic relationship to the other. The spatial imagery of the path of writing and the uncharted territories of writing for the theatre clearly reflect the geographical specificities of the narratives of India and Cambodia on which Cixous was working at this time. The examples of other lives and subject positions that become accessible to the writer of theatre are also taken from such settings.
65 Successful Harvard Business School Application Essays: With Analysis by the Staff of The Harbus, the Harvard Business School Newspaper (2nd Edition) by Lauren Sullivan