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Ansia – Psicosis by Sarah Kane (5 star ratings)

However, through the poignancy of her free prose, Psychosis instead becomes a selfless disclosure of sentiment and struggle. Sarah Kane was an English playwright. 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. However, one not afraid of breaking the mould, Kane allows her own vivacious style to bleed through more than just her play itself, but also to envelope itself into the world around her.

On the page, 4. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It reminded me of conversations with suicidal friends. 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.

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 passionate.

What’s the difference between hearing someone come into a session and read their suicide note to you versus them reading this? I would find it very difficult to recommend this book to someone though.

Anoton rated it it was ok Jun 30, Quotes from Ansia – 4.

Antonio de Medeiros rated it it was ok Jan 17, Quotes from Ansia – 4. Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at Lon Sarah Kane was an English playwright. I found this steam of consciousness repetitive, depressing, torturous and This is a love it or hate it play. akne


It’s not the words of a victim. It could be a journey through one person’s mind, or an interview between a doctor and his patient.

Ansia – 4.48 Psicosis

Pain, passion and pungent moments of remorse, detestation, loneliness and self-hatred litter throughout the pages like diary entries strung together; moments of mental breakdown pulled from her subconscious and laid bare for the world to see. Sarau a survivor of suicidal depression, I thought that the words were far too familiar, making this one of the most difficult pieces that I have read in a while. Joanna rated it it was ok Mar 27, You feel like Sarah i When depression visits I shall hang myself to the sound of my lover’s breathing How could anyone review a book like this??

Joanna rated it it was ok Apr srah, Want to Read saving….

Ansia – Sarah Kane

This visit to one’s restless mind was short and these words did not stay with me for too long. Unstable, irregular, dichotomous and turgid, her written tongue is a gyrating ferris wheel of ideals that chops and changes in unnatural rhythms often left unexplored by the lesser playwright. The words are familiar and other times incredibly distant. Everything is so true and clear and powerful, it feels like reading a diary that was never meant to be uncovered, and perhaps that’s what my own fascination feeds on.

I loved the performance and afterwards I read the play and loved it as well. Fuck you for rejecting me. I found this play 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. All roads lead to death. At least, I sincerely hope not. I don’t know, maybe if I read this when I was sixteen and still trying to figure out what the issue was with myself and the world around me I might give this a higher rating, but, I read this as an over year-old bored with the empty, emotionally high strung, somewhat poetic ravings of depressives such as Sarah Kane and Sylvia Plath and the like – if this is what the author is giving me, they better infuse the work with a lot else to recommend it or else I might as well just go visit the psych-ward and hear a far range of interesting insights into topics both ridiculous and serious.


What is widely regarded as Kane’s suicide note; she killed herself shortly before the first staging of this, her last play.

Ansia – Psicosis by Sarah Kane (3 star ratings)

Look, a text like this may be valuable to someone studying the human brain I don’t know about this one. It is not a light read whatsoever. Want to Read saving…. Published August 14th by Losada first published July 13th A difficult read; emotional and awkward, Kane is reflecting on her last experiences of her life, ansua does not ask for pity, she mocks her doctors and more poignantly, she mocks herself.

I identify with a lot of what she’s saying and at the same time I understand that I won’t ever be able to understand her. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

A difficult but worthwhile read, I would also recommend seeing this play if you can stomach the very bleak and harrowing content. The struggle of the self to remain intact has moved in her work from civil war, into the xnsia, into the couple, into the individual, and finally into the theatre of phychosis: J’aime beaucoup cette phrase: