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It’s shocking in the moment, yes, but it’s also so much more than that. Sep 14, Simona Bartolotta rated it it was amazing Shelves: And yet there is some beauty in the writing and in the things told.

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Was not quite sure what I thought about it or what the message was. The play ends as a vulture flies down to consume the corpse of Hippolytus. I’m not sure why this is the play that gripped me the most, but it is. 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.

It was very difficult at the beginning to get into her texts, but the deeper I delved into it, the more interesting it got. Hai continuato a ritornare. I felt it was too short to be worked out properly and did not really get it’s message across. Dec 14, Jure Godler rated it it was amazing.

Dec 07, Emilia rated it it was amazing Shelves: You have to be in an extremely dark place to be able to do this and fedrra is not something to aspire. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. But even if it is so, those plays leave you feeling shocked into new awareness – unnamed, felt under the skin – and they make a compelling case for Kane’s vision – maybe not easy but uncompromising, intoxicating and truly unique.


Her plays are dirty and dangerous, full of social ostracism and individual nightmares. Jan 27, Thor rated it really liked it Shelves: Sarah Kane ci riesce, e noi ci facciamo male. When Sarah Kane’s first play, Blastedwas staged at the Royal Court Theatre in it was hailed both as a “masterpiece” and as a “disgusting piece of filth” Daily Mail.

If it were only the violence to shock you then this would be boring. The anticipation ends up being as powerful as the action; the violence turns out into something so unbearably casual that it almost becomes devoid of any meaning and ultimately we find it too much.

Very much like Crave, but even further down the spiral. The first period would include Blasted, Phaedras love, Cleansed and the script for the short-film Sk This is a book that is certainly not for everyone.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Just makes me think of how the plays came to happen. All 5 of Kane’s plays are compiled in this gut-punch of a collection. Dark, funny, inventive, desperately human, with a depth of feeling that compels you. Metti che il cielo infuri di sabbia e di notte. Ha cenas de abuso, estupro e canibalismo.

It also indirectly gave me a story idea which is probably the most depressing thing that I’ve ever come up with, but also the most intense and emotional. Perhaps not for the world, but who cares what happens to that awful thing, anyway. And properly be represented.


Sarah, insonne e spietata. It was sara hugely unnerving experience of intensity that was often too hard to watch. Apesar de ser corajosa tenho os meus limites. It is later revealed that Strophe had sex with Theseus on the night Theseus and Phaedra were married.

Apr 30, Robin rated it liked it. Emozioni forti, che lasciano il segno. Metti che prendi la macchina e le chiavi di casa loro. In Febbre, l’autrice prova ad aprir si percorsi nuovi, in questo senso.

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Jun 12, Gavin Malavolta rated it it was amazing Shelves: She looked for something in the darkness of the stage to bring back to an audience that is lost and threatened.

This anthology includes Kane’s never-before-published Channel 4 screenplay, Skin. Un movimento per allontanarsi, Non per avvicinarsi. Reading them back-to-back I am glad to have never seen a live performance–I simply cannot imagine the fortitude it would take for an actor to deliver the lines without losing themselves mentally, emotionally and physically.