Miroslav Procházka

On the Nature of Dramatic Text

1.1. Dramatic text has the strange fate of being claimed by two fields of art and it is ascribed a variety of functions, possibilities and ways of existence according to the type of arguments (and sometimes also goodwill to solve problems not incidental to the field itself). The duality of dramatic text is on the one hand conditioned by the character of some historic phases of the theatre (in connection with e.g.