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Emily Knight rated it it was ok Feb 12, I heard many choose very physical theatre for this piece. View sxrah 7 comments. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I’ve never read anything like this before. Famously recognized as Kane’s “minute suicide note”, it leaves a lasting impression on its readers because it explores the feelings that everyone would have; even if that feeling constitutes a small part of the play only.
Books by Sarah Kane. Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at London’s King’s College Hospital. Overall it was a unique play that I would recommend if you wanted to see a unique take on the topic of mental health however, have the warning that you will probably been extremely confused. I now want to see it performed on stage. This play was written in shortly before the snsia took her own life at age I found this steam of consciousness repetitive, depressing, torturous and This is a love it or hate it play.
Marwa Mosadak rated it it was ok Feb 24, They are characterised by a poetic intensity, pared-down language, exploration of theatrical form, and, in her earlier work, the use of stylized violent stage action. To ask other readers questions about Ansia – 4.
Ansia – 4.48 Psicosis
You feel like Sarah is talking to you from the world of the dead, reading your mind and knowing exactly how, secretly or openly, you see the world around you, at least once in your life.
Alicia Salvadeo rated it it was ok Jul 10, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. She has, had, a beautiful way with words, an amazing sense of humour even in her darkest moments, she writes with such clarity, even when nothing is clear to her, she writes in rhythms and images and it’s like poetry, or music, and every single word is important, means How do you review a suicide note?
Open Preview See a Problem? Definitely I did not enjoy reading this but I do believe that it was worth-reading. It certainly hits hard, though.
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This play is extremely emotional. In many ways, it’s selfish.
And I cannot believe that I can feel this for you and you feel nothing. Depression is not an easy topic to read about, even when it is portrayed in compelling formal prose as in The Bell Jar. Srah is widely regarded as Kane’s suicide note; she killed herself shortly before the first staging of this, her last play.
Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at Lon Sarah Kane was an English playwright. Not in terms of grappling with the meaning but with the emotions involved. My only issue with Kane is ever, with such a blatant emphasis on sui A couple years back, I saw an experimental version of this play which was atrocious.
In many ways, her play is limitless and unforgiving. A difficult read; emotional and awkward, Kane is reflecting on her last experiences of her life, she does not ask for pity, she mocks ansis doctors and more poignantly, she mocks herself. Her brutal manipulation of the English language is just stunning. Laura rated it it was ok Sep 26, Look, a text like this may be valuable to someone studying the human brain but I doubt even that, because being a psychologist or even a fake doctor psychiatrist because they’re so inundated with thoughts and words ansis too far off from what is in this text nearly every day.
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Ansia – Psicosis by Sarah Kane (2 star ratings)
Genre-bending, twisted, beautiful, and complex, this is a play for everyone. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It’s beautiful and sad but not pitiful. I found this ansiaa of consciousness repetitive, depressing, torturous and downright nauseating.
I went to see it with somebody who had been incarcerated and she defended it vigorously against my lack of sympathy. Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at London’s King’s College Hospital. How do they manage? 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.
How can one attempt reading this book for the second time? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I guess what really drives the work is the sense of intrusion and voyeurism in reading her work. The struggle of the self to remain intact has moved in her work from civil war, into the family, into the couple, into the individual, and finally into the theatre of phychosis: No recomendada para aquellos “for the faint of heart”.
Her command of speech and slurs of thought is simply astounding. This is a very difficult book to read.
kae Not pleasurable, but immensely poignant and strong. My only issue with Kane is ever, with such a blatant emphasis on suicide, could someone have done more to save her? Like most artists, she is aware of the limiting nature of happiness. I’ve never enjoyed satah play so much. Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at Lon Sarah Kane was an English playwright. Sometimes overshadowed by the grievous following of Kane’s suicide in it’s post-production, my own fascination stood not with the morbidity that circulated her prose, but rather the powerful emotion of her living word that resonates with us long after ingestion.