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/superstructure dualism by reviving a misplaced economism that may eventu- ally downplay sexism, misogyny, racism, or xenophobia – rendering them as mere ‘side contradictions’ supposedly less important than the real antagonism between capital and labor. And even worse: Would such a reasoning not also return to an outmoded way of ‘symptomatic reading,’ disregarding the claims of contemporary theorists who advise us that cultural and literary analysis should operate ‘close but not deep’ (cf. Love 2009) and pay special attention to the ‘surface’ (rather than the ‘depth’) of our objects of

forgetting it, but rather returning to it a newly 3 For a comprehensive cultural analysis of this, see Gutiérrez Rodríguez 1999; for a literary analysis, see Adelson 2005; and for a detailed historical overview, see: Chin 2007. INTRODUCTION | 21 spatialized way,” that is, a locationally-specic way (ibid: 18). Focusing on the links between the Anglo-American and the German feminist de- bate, Gudrun-Axeli Knapp has refererred to this locational return as a form of “reclaiming baggage” which she describes as “a time

ZiG | Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik 10|2019|H1 | © transcript 2019 Theatrale Kommunikation in interkulturellen Schreibweisen José F.A. Olivers Fremdenzimmer Tobias Akira Schickhaus Abstract Taking into account that intercultural literary analysis takes place in and through the co- presence of narrators and readers, and arises out of their encounter, this paper traces various ways in which the application of theater and drama analysis can be applied to other liter- ary genres. Under this approach, the essay collection Fremdenzimmer by José F