In my essay I propose that this author's dramatic works, unpublished during his lifetime, can be properly assessed not according to their aesthetic properties or their stageability, but only as dramatizations understood in the sense of actualization, or discursive staging, of an idea. As a case in point, I take several of Kharms's works on the theme of the Fall from grace as dramatization of the idea of anthology as a conceptual field that includes not only the works, but also the body of the author himself.