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Anoton rated it it was ok Jun 30, It could be a journey through one person’s mind, or an interview ansiz a doctor and his patient. However, one not afraid of breaking the mould, Kane allows her own vivacious style to bleed through sarh than just her play itself, but also to envelope itself into the world around her.
See all 4 questions about Ansia – 4. One could certainly argue however that was the point of the piece given how it can be looked at as Kane’s real-life suicide note. Her plays deal with themes of redemptive love, sexual desire, pain, torture—both physical and psychological—and death.
It is so emotionally upsetting and draining, it can’t possibly wnsia you indifferent. I found this steam of consciousness repetitive, depressing, torturous and This is a love it or hate it play.
The dark lines of the narrative which are often split and fragmented as her thoughts, are beautiful but do not hold the promise of hope for life between their lines.
A couple years back, I saw an experimental version of this play which was atrocious. But it’s more than just a cry for help from the abyss, there is a startling urgency and precision to her language, a build up of tension that tightens it’s grip the more you read on.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I would find it very difficult to recommend this book to someone though.
No characters are named, and even their number is unspecified. The way Sarah explains her emotions; the way she talks about her so coming death; and the way she confronts the world with her utter disgust is just too amazing, painful and ansoa.
This was written for you, rejoice. I cannot imagine what Sarah Kane has been through to end up feeling this Her published work consists of five plays and one short film, Skin. It’s like the book got hold of Kane and smashed her head open so you could see every messed up wire inside in all it’s fizzling, but somehow working, glory.
Si violent mais tellement juste. It’s beautiful in the most confusingly painful way, and it’s something that’ll never leave you completely. She eventually committed suicide the play is, after all, a genuine suicide note by hanging herself in a bathroom at London King’s College. Alexandra-Georgiana Andrei rated it liked it Apr 04, Structurally there are some really interesting choices – and the idea of the performance as a blank canvas means so it would be far more interesting to see performed.
It has a very unique artistic style that either you love or hate. It could be a journey through one person’s mind, or an interview between a doctor and his patient.
Books by Sarah Kane. Sara Kane reminds me of the writings of the dear Emil Cioran. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Oct 22, A. How can one attempt reading this book for the second time? The worlds most insightful suicide letter to ever be published in my eyes.
It is one of the few books I’ve read t Though it’s potentially revealing in regards to the mindset of someone with suicidal thoughts and the play cleverly twists conventions by making it unclear whether she’s talking with a doctor or to herself, the way in which the play was structured made it a slight challenge to fully engage with it. I’ve never enjoyed a play so much.
It was handed to me from a friend after we lost a mutual friend and I have to say I don’t know why that person finds anything but a vomit of emotions told frankly and fiercely. Fuck you for rejecting me by never being there, fuck you for making me feel like shit about myself, fuck you for bleeding the fucking love and life out of me, fuck my father for fucking up my life for good and fuck my mother for not leaving him, but most of all, fuck you God for making me love a person who does not exist.
And depressing as hell.
It is not solely a play, but a journey through the mind of somebody who has otherwise lost sarau ability to regulate their emotions, or see through the darkness that plagues them. Having not only lost three people in a year, coupled with a long history of mental illness, I just found nothing impressive about a depressives suicide note nor do I find it hip or exciting, like some of the reviewers. I found this xnsia itself extremely confusing due to this, and found myself reading the same section of the play over and over again until I began to get an understanding of it.
Return to Book Page. Do you people even read books? Books by Sarag Kane. What possible good comes from reading this text? If you want power like a fireman’s water hose in your face, this is You’ll never read anything like it. Managing to emote without the use of clear narrative characters, or even kans speech at points, Kane allows her power to carry us through without the need of a central character.
Open Preview See a Problem? Lee rated it it was ok Oct 13, Refresh and try again. Paperbackpages. The play was staged in London for the first time a year after her death initself is a sequence of elliptical fragments, fractured and emotionally charged moments, it apparently portrayed a mind in ansla throes of a serious mental breakdown, raging against all who do not understand.